The Real Deal’s Spring Tri-State issue is now available to all subscribers!

May.May 20, 2019 12:45 PM

The Real Deal’s Spring 2019 Tri-State issue is now live, and digital subscribers to TRD are getting a first look at what’s inside. Subscribers now have access to the following stories:

— A preview of the Hamptons’ new hotspots this summer, including hotels, nightlife, restaurants and retail

TRD’s annual ranking of the top Hamptons residential brokers and brokerage firms, as well as a spotlight on the North Fork market

— iStar CEO Jay Sugarman chats with TRD about his quest to bring $6 million condos to Asbury Park

— Controversial New York City landlord E&M Management expands into the Hudson Valley

— How Opportunity Zones are transforming Hackensack and the world of real estate investment funds

— Rankings of the top commercial trades in Fairfield Countyand the biggest multifamily transactions on Long Island within the past year

Social media tips from some Tri-State agents who live by the mantra, “Always Be Posting”

The priciest resi listings in North Jersey and a look at the Garden State’s top real estate projects

And there’s plenty more for readers to enjoy in our second-ever Tri-State issue, which covers the latest commercial and residential real estate developments in Fairfield County, Long Island, the Hamptons, North Jersey, Westchester County and beyond.

Subscribe now to read the issue in full! Non-subscribers will receive access to TRD’s Tri-State print stories on May 28. Enjoy the issue!

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