Publisher Amir Korangy started The Real Deal out of his Brooklyn apartment nearly two decades ago, shortly before he was joined by Editor-in-Chief Stuart Elliott and Yoav Barilan, who today helps oversee sales operations. The publication was initially a Variety-style tip sheet with columns of text packed onto the cover. But a lot has changed since then: TRD is now a multifaceted media company known for award-winning investigative stories and the most popular real estate
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The biggest names in New York real estate converged on the Hilton in Midtown Thursday evening for the Real Estate Board of New York’s 124th annual gala. The so-called “Liar’s Ball” — where tickets go for $1,400-a-pop — drew the likes of Extell Development’s Gary Barnett, Silverstein Properties’ Larry Silverstein, Cushman & Wakefield’s Bruce Mosler, CBRE’s Mary Anne Tighe, John Catsimitidis and others. Board members and honorees on stage donned white scarves, an accessory favored