Get your copy of The Real Deal’s 2017 Data Book

This year's comprehensive guide to NYC's real estate industry is our biggest yet

TRD New York /
Mar.March 15, 2017 10:10 AM

Today, consumers of data have never had such a rich assortment from which to pick, nor a harder time distinguishing fact from fabrication.

The 12th-anniversary edition of The Real Deal‘s Data Book is our effort to bring readers the salient facts of the New York City real estate market at a time when the industry is at a critical juncture.

Click here to purchase the 2017 Data Book

The new edition, our biggest yet, explores both the residential and commercial sides of the industry, as well as new development. This year’s edition serves up more coverage on the luxury market, with a look at the records broken in 2016, like the most expensive listing ever offered, a $250 million spread at 220 Central Park South.

On top of our annual rankings (top agents, biggest investment firms, etc.), TRD for the first time breaks down the top rental landlords in New York City, the all-time top condo developers and the city’s most active architects.

Our commercial market coverage examines the city’s office market, as well as the multifamily market, the retail market and the hotel market.

Click here for the digital download of the 2017 Data Book

Beyond the pages of the Data Book, TRD has been expanding its research capabilities. We are officially launching a research site and data services division at early this year that highlight the people, companies , buildings and transactions that make up the local real estate industry.

We are also hosting a “Big Data” panel in early March to hear industry leaders talk about the imapct the food of inforatons and technology will have on the market. Click here to learn more about the event and purchase tickets.

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