Numbers game: The Real Deal‘s 2015 Data Book is en route!

Essential collection of NYC real estate's facts and figures to be included with Feb. issue

New York /
Jan.January 28, 2015 03:30 PM

Developers, brokers, landlords and other property professionals with a finger on the pulse of New York City real estate know a lot happened in the past year — and that the city’s first $100M apartment closing at One57 wasn’t the only transaction to recently make waves.

As 2015 revs up to become yet another marquee year for real estate, The Real Deal celebrates the 10th anniversary of our annual Data Book — the single most comprehensive guide to the market.

In addition to annual rankings and stats, this year’s Data Book looks at Brooklyn’s biggest brokerage firms and priciest deals, the top new development marketing firms in New York, the city’s most active developers and much more on the residential side. And on the commercial front, we include rankings for the top commercial mortgage lenders, the biggest buyers of retail space and the most valuable retail sites in the city.

The 10th anniversary edition of the Data Book will be included in the February issue of the The Real Deal, and will also be available for digital download. Click here to subscribe, and keep an eye out for when the magazine goes live next week.


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