The Real Deal’s Summer Tri-State issue is live for subscribers!

Aug.August 19, 2019 02:58 PM

The Real Deal’s Summer2019 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:

— Our cover story on the much ballyhooed upcoming opening of the American Dream mega-mall in East Rutherford, NJ.

— Our deep dive into the plans New York landlords are making to chase higher cap rates up in Northern New York, and why eviction laws and local activism on rent regulations could thwart their plans.

An interview with Mack-Cali CEO Michael DeMarco on his plans for the Jersey City-based REIT, which has recently sold off hundreds of millions of dollars-worth of suburban office properties in the Tri-State region.

— There’s staging and then there’s showcasing: Hamptons brokers clue us into the must-have for any high-end listing heading to market.

— A look at the priciest listings on the market right now in Westchester County.

— A ranking of the biggest deals transacted in New Jersey’s Opportunity Zones in the last six months (spoiler: Newark’s seeing tons of activity and sellers are getting double or triple what they paid).

And there’s plenty more for readers to enjoy in our third  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 August 26. Enjoy the issue!

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