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The news outlet was started in by Amir Korangy, and focuses on both commercial and residential real estate. The online and print publication was self-proclaimed "the must-read news source for real estate news," in a profile in the Los Angeles Times in ,  and "the hot sheet for NYC real estate professionals," by the New York Post. Elliott, who previously worked for The New York Times. Examining Kondylis' work, which has received mixed reviews, the film looks at the balance between art and commerce in getting a building built in the city, and how the city gets shaped. The Real Deal has hosted annual real estate forums in New York  for more than a decade, with some events drawing more than 4, people. For several years, the event was held at Lincoln Center. The events typically feature panels of industry experts and leaders who explore current trends and critical issues facing the real estate industry; in , the event was instead structured as a series of debates featuring an array of real estate professionals from around New York City including Stewart Saft, Harry B. The publication held its first ever comedy roast in February It also publishes special issues once a year for the Hamptons , Long Island , New Jersey , Westchester and Fairfield counties, as well as an annual retail issue distributed each May at ICSC 's Recon, the largest global event for retail real estate.
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Tucked cleverly away in the main soundbar, for instance, are no less than seven actual rather than virtual audio drivers: front left, front center, front right, side left, side right, and two up-firers. The two rear speakers also carry up-firing as well as front-firing drivers. Despite this, soundbars that actually provide real height channels - especially at the rear - are few and far between. The SN11RG counters these potential arguments against its existence very well, though. For starters, the main soundbar manages to look elegant and refined despite housing so many real speakers. It also sports a very attractive metallic-looking grey finish on its top edge, and the upfiring speakers are cutely cut flush to this top edge. The front and sides of the soundbar contrast handsomely with the polished top plate thanks to a tasteful black grilled finish broken only by the welcome appearance of a bright, easy to read LED. Compared with the elegance of the main soundbar, the rears are essentially just surprisingly heavy and robust black boxes. But you can always hide the sub down the side of a sofa or under a sideboard given that it produces a relatively directionless sound. Also helping to sell the SN11RG over a separates system is its ease of set up.