Announcing The Real Deal’s special national issue

The new issue will focus on the fundamental changes to real estate as we face the global pandemic

National /
Apr.April 10, 2020 05:00 PM

After more than 17 years of content that’s spread from New York and its surroundings to South Florida, Los Angeles and Chicago, we’re excited to present a new magazine this May that will bring The Real Deal’s coverage to doorsteps around the country.

In a world that’s increasingly globalized, even as we’re individually isolated, our newsroom is covering more national news that impacts every market more than ever before. And though real estate has always been local, the pandemic has created many challenges and some new opportunities on a national level.

From how low hotel occupancy rates will go to the future of co-working and whether industrial tenants will make their rent, we’re looking beyond individual markets. We’re hosting an ongoing series of live webinar talks with industry big wigs to explain what this all means, and we recently dug through the record $2 trillion U.S. stimulus package to break down its potential impacts.

Now, for our upcoming May issue, we’re combining forces across several major cities to build on the hard-hitting journalism we’ve brought to readers in each of our markets over the years.

This special issue will focus on the battle against COVID-19 and the changing economic, social, political and financial impacts on the U.S. real estate industry. To ensure our subscribers’ safety, it will be specially poly-wrapped before being distributed by mail. For those who receive TRD at their office, we encourage you to update your home address in your account, but we’ll also make a digital flip book format of the magazine available online.

And for those who still want to receive the biggest news in their local markets, worry not. If you currently subscribe to any of our issues, you’ll receive TRD‘s national issue in May, which will include much of the original stories you need to follow in every city we cover.

Subscribe to The Real Deal to support the news the real estate industry needs, now more than ever.


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