Coming soon: TRD’s 250th issue!

The Real Deal's special anniversary issue will drop in January 2020.

TRD New York /
Nov.November 29, 2019 01:15 PM

The Real Deal will be celebrating its 250th issue this January! This special commemorative issue will include a look back at the first two decades of New York real estate in the new millennium, and some of The Real Deal’s most notable coverage. Don’t miss our stories on the billion-dollar dealmakers and the billion-dollar deals that have helped shape the city and its skyline.

Our first issue of the new decade will also include a tally of the records and milestones of 2019 as well as stories on rent reform, one of the most pressing issues facing the industry today. Other coverage will examine LLC laws shielding owners’ identities and the changing social media strategies being used to sell properties today.

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