Coming soon: The Real Deal’s Best of 2019

TRD is ranking the most biggest buys, projects, lawsuits and more in 2019

Los Angeles /
Dec.December 13, 2019 01:00 PM
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With a brand new year rapidly approaching, The Real Deal is taking a closer look at the notable commercial, development and residential deals of 2019.

We’re revealing the most expensive home sales of the year, the top hotel trades, the biggest retail building sales and much, much more!

You’re going to want to be a subscriber to keep up with all the 2019 coverage as it drops, so make sure you join here.

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