Tis the season for TRD’s retail brokerage ranking

TRD is ranking the top retail brokerages by square footage leased in Manhattan and Brooklyn

TRD New York /
Nov.November 22, 2019 10:30 AM
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Just in time for the holiday shopping season, The Real Deal is hard at work on our annual retail brokerage ranking, which is set to run in our December issue.

We’re looking at the 15 firms in Manhattan and Brooklyn that have leased the most square footage in the past year.

Retail is still hurting, with stores continuing to close and rents dropping.

But in recent months there have been some more positive signs that buck those trends, and some brokerage firms are taking advantage of new opportunities.

Subscribe now to read the story in the upcoming December issue of The Real Deal as soon as it drops!

For editorial inquiries, email [email protected]. To learn more about methodology, please email [email protected]. To learn more about marketing opportunities in the December issue, email [email protected].


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