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Annual resource is the most comprehensive guide on New York-metro real estate

TRD New York /
Feb.February 26, 2016 02:35 PM

Envision a world where a reality TV star also happens to be New York City’s top residential broker. Or that communist China is on track to become one of the city’s biggest property investors. And that a penthouse unit sold for more than $100 million, smashing the city’s priciest condo record.

It’s hard to imagine, but this year’s Data Book proves that the numbers don’t lie.

The single most comprehensive collection of information on the current New York metro-area real estate market, The Real Deal‘s annual Data Book is now available in its 11th edition, giving you all the statistics on the biggest deals and most active players in town.

Covering the residential and commercial sides of the industry, as well as new development, the Data Book serves as a go-to resource for every broker, developer, landlord, banker, attorney, appraiser, architect, reporter, government planner and finance executive looking for deeper insight on the market.

This year’s edition serves up more coverage on luxury residential real estate than ever before, providing stats on the most active developers, the hottest new projects and the biggest supertalls rising throughout New York. On the commercial front, we examine the increasingly important Brooklyn and Queens office and building sales market. We’ve also expanded our coverage on hotels, including all of the projects that are expected to open through 2018.

That’s all in addition to our usual firm and broker rankings and comprehensive lists of all the condo projects on the market and in the pipeline.

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