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    Data Books

    The Data Book 2014
    The essential book of real estate statistics and facts for 2013. The book covers residential and commercial real estate as well as development. Inside the Data Book, you will find lists of the top residential brokerages, a look at new condo projects and much more. To order a print copy of the book or to download a PDF version, click the “Buy Now” link below. iPad users: To purchase an enhanced version of the 2014 Data Book for your iPad, click here, search for “The Real Deal” in the Apple App Store, and download our free app.
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    The Data Book 2013
    The essential book of real estate statistics and facts for 2012. The book covers residential and commercial real estate as well as development. Inside the Data Book, you will find lists of the top residential brokerages, a look at new condo projects and much more. To order a print copy of the book or to download a PDF version, click the “Buy Now” link below. iPad users: To purchase an enhanced version of the 2013 Data Book for your iPad, click here, search for “The Real Deal” in the Apple App Store, and download our free app.
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    The Data Book 2012
    The essential book of real estate statistics and facts for 2011. The book covers residential and commercial real estate as well as development. Inside the Data Book, you will find lists of the top residential brokerages, a ranking of the city’s biggest building buyers and a look at new condo projects, as well as much more.
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    The Data Book 2011
    The essential book of real estate statistics and facts for 2010. The book covers residential and commercial real estate as well as development. Inside the Data Book, you will find lists of the top residential and commercial boutique brokerages, a ranking of the biggest single-family homes and a look at stalled construction projects as well as much more.
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    The Data Book 2010
    The essential guide and resource book for the real estate industry for 2009. The book covers residential and commercial real estate as well as development. Inside the Data Book, you will find lists of the top brokerages, a look at new development projects around the city, a list of the biggest building purchases, as well as much more.
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    The Data Book 2009
    The essential guide and resource book for the real estate industry for 2008. The book covers residential and commercial real estate as well as development. Inside the Data Book, you will find lists of the biggest Manhattan residential firms, rankings of the top mortgage brokers, lists of the biggest office landlords, as well as much more.
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    Commercial

    NYC Commercial Leases and Sales Data (2004-2014)
    The Real Deal’s Commercial Leases and Sales Data features all the office leases, retail leases and commercial sales published in the magazine’s Deal Sheets from 2004 through the September 2014 issue. The deals are organized by type, and include transaction details such as the Address, Square Footage, Size Info, Tenant, Tenant Representative, Landlord, Landlord Representative, Buyer, Buyer Representative, Seller, Seller Representative, Sale Price and Notes. The data is delivered as an Excel spreadsheet and is sortable.
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    An in-depth analysis of Canal Street, where big retail players, including Vornado Realty Trust, are snapping up property and hoping for spillover from booming Soho
    The chart (in both PDF and Excel formats) provides an ownership breakdown of the 72 parcels on the under-the-radar stretch of Canal Street from Centre Street to West Broadway. It also offers ready-to-use data on debt loads, retail frontage, in-place tenants, purchase prices and more.
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    A building-by-building look at which office brokerages are winning landlord agencies, including potential commissions from each new assignment
    The chart (in both PDF and Excel formats) details Manhattan’s big six commercial brokerages, looking at what landlord agency assignments for office buildings they won in 2011, including building address, landlord and the previous firm that handled the agency assignment, where available. The list also includes potential commissions from each new assignment, based on average rents and square feet available in the building.
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