Coming soon: The Real Deal’s 2020 Data Book

Including rankings and analysis of the top players in commercial, residential and development

New York /
Dec.December 10, 2019 09:00 AM

The Real Deal is preparing the 15th edition of its Data Book, the most comprehensive collection of information on the New York–area real estate market. Included in the 2020 Data Book will be a ranking of Manhattan’s top residential brokerages, Brooklyn’s most active developers, the city’s biggest real estate loans of the year and more!

With data pulled, vetted and analyzed on all major aspects of the industry, the Data Book provides vital information for top dealmakers and for those who are looking to understand the ever-changing New York City real estate market. Jam packed with statistics, market overviews and rankings, the Data Book serves as a reference point for the current year and years past.

The Data Book will arrive with the February issue of The Real Deal.

For editorial inquiries, email [email protected]. To learn more about marketing opportunities in our Data Book, please call (212) 254-7400 or email [email protected].


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