Numbers that matter: TRD‘s 2014 Data Book

Order a print copy or download the digital version of TRD's 2014 Data Book

TRD NEW YORK /
Sep.September 23, 2014 06:00 PM

In addition to The Real Deal‘s year-round data-driven stories, rankings of the industry and regular features including our Deal Sheet, this year’s Data Book is the single most comprehensive collection of information on the current New York metro-area real estate.

Covering the residential and commercial sides of the industry, as well as development, the Data Book gives every real estate broker, developer, owner, investor, appraiser and lawyer deep insight on the market in 2013 and beyond.

We look at Manhattan’s new development pipeline and check in on condo projects that have come online since 2010. Also on the residential side, we chronicle the largest Manhattan brokerages, the most productive agents and the most expensive deals. On the commercial side, we list the city’s top office leases, retail leases and building purchases, and much more.

To order a print or PDF copy of the Data Book, click here. The Data Book is also available for iPad users in an enhanced version. To buy, click here or head to the App Store, search for “The Real Deal” and download the free app.


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