The Real Deal New York

Numbers to Know: REBNY takes Harlem, Warburg’s new digs … and more

April 04, 2013 01:15PM
By Hayley Kaplan

Radio City Music Hall

Radio City Music Hall

“Numbers to know” is a weekly web feature that catalogues the most notable, quirky and surprising real estate statistics. REBNY heads to Harlem, Warburg debuts new pad and “America’s Got Talent” will bolster NYC’s economy. See this week’s countdown after the jump.

$14.8 billion
Amount spent by the apartment industry on construction in 2011 [National Real Estate Industry]

$100 million
Annual amount expected to be generated in New York when “America’s Got Talent” moves from the Newark’s New Jersey Performing Arts Center to the Radio City Music Hall [Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Office]

1 million
Members registered at property database PropertyShark, which marked its 10 year anniversary this week [PropertyShark]

7,000
Square feet in Warburg Realty’s new headquarters at 654 Madison Avenue [Warburg Realty]

6,000
Restaurant and bars opened since New York City passed the Smoke-Free Air Act in 2003 [Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Office]

656
Schools opened in New York City since 2002, including 78 new ones that will welcome more than 32,000 pupils in in September [NYC Department of Education]

74
Percentage of real estate agents nationwide who believe their numbers will grow in the next five years [Redfin]

25
Exclusive open houses that REBNY plans to offer buyers during its first Open House Expo in Harlem this weekend [REBNY]

10.2 percent
Increase in New York City home prices in February year-over-year, the largest in nearly seven years [CoreLogic]

9.1 percent
Vacancy rate in Manhattan office buildings, the lowest since April 2009 [Cushman & Wakefield]

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