TRData is a comprehensive encyclopedia of New York real estate. It is designed to put data — that was once impossible to find — at the fingertips of industry professionals.
Published by The Real Deal, TRData includes over 100,000 pages of research, ranging from NYC development pipeline projects to transactions to bios of key real estate players and companies.
If you work in NYC real estate, it’s very likely that you and your firm are already featured here. If not, tell us about yourself and we’ll add you to the database. We are a living, breathing, growing resource and we want your participation. So please send us your closed deals as well as any suggestions you have.
|Amir Korangy is the founder and publisher of The Real Deal. Prior to launching the real estate media company in 2003, he held several positions at Yahoo Inc. He attended Boston University and Emerson College for degrees in Journalism and Foreign Policy. Though he lives in Manhattan, he secretly loves Brooklyn.|
|Stuart Elliott is the editor-in-chief of The Real Deal, a role he has held since the magazine first started in 2003. He has worked at the New York Times, among other publications, and is a graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He lives in the West Village with his family.|
|Heather Grossmann joined The Real Deal as the editorial development director in 2014. Previously she was associate publisher at the local news site DNAinfo.com, which operates in both New York and Chicago. She started as a reporter then editor at DNAinfo, then took some time out of her five-year tenure there to launch MetroFocus, a news and culture website and TV show for WNET/Thirteen, NYC’s local PBS station. Prior to her journalism career, Heather worked extensively in business development and event production for media companies. She has a master’s degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.|
|Adam Pincus is the research director at The Real Deal. He launched the research division in 2014, and oversees its operations including the research website, general research and data sales. He began writing for the publication in 2007 and joined as a staff reporter in September 2008. Before that, he freelanced for Newsday and worked as a reporter for the TimesLedger in Queens. A graduate of Yale University, he worked in souvenir and trophy manufacturing for 12 years before turning to journalism.|
|Yoryi De La Rosa is the data engineer for The Real Deal.|
|Derek Smith is the project manager for TRData, The Real Deal’s NYC real estate database. Derek joined The Real Deal in early 2016 to launch the database out of beta. Derek moved to New York from Columbia, South Carolina in 2015 to pursue stand up comedy and so far… he’s working at a real estate magazine.|
|Chava Gourarie is a researcher at The Real Deal. She has previously worked as a writer for the Columbia Journalism Review and Jewish Educational Media, and is a graduate of the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism. Before switching to journalism, Chava was a teacher and youth organizer.|
|Amir Ghaheri is the web developer at The Real Deal, and also oversees email marketing campaigns for TRD and Luxury Listings NYC. Amir holds a master’s degree in Computer Science from California State University, Los Angeles, and is looking to pursue his PHD in the same field. Prior to joining the team in 2014, Amir worked for the City of Los Angeles.Infolinks 2016|
|Kenneth Cyrus is the finance director at The Real Deal and also handles human resources for the company, which he joined in May 2012. For 13 years, he worked as accounting manager for Adrea Rubin Marketing in New York City, then for a short time as the business unit controller at UBS in Stamford, Conn. Cyrus is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Accounting. He is the father of three sons, one of whom is serving in the U.S. Army and has served a year in Afghanistan.|
|Karen Francis is an accounting associate at The Real Deal. Francis is a graduate of Northern Caribbean University in Jamaica, where she studied Business Administration. She’s married with three children.|