WATCH: These were 2016’s biggest Manhattan office leases

The ranking is included in The Real Deal's 12th annual Data Book, on sale now

New York /
Mar.March 28, 2017 07:30 AM

These days, you’re not in the know unless you know the data.

Thankfully, The Real Deal’s 12th annual Data Book is our biggest yet. The 2017 edition explores both the residential and commercial sides of the industry, as well new development and the city’s topsy-turvy luxury market. It also offers a look at the records broken in 2016, like the most expensive listing ever offered, a $250 million spread at 220 Central Park South.

As a teaser, watch the video above to see the largest Manhattan office leases in 2016, ranked by total square footage.

This year’s Data Book also offers information on the top rental landlords in New York City, condo development by neighborhood and the city’s most active architects. Our commercial market coverage includes the city’s office market, as well as the multifamily market, the retail market and the hotel market.

Click here to purchase the 2017 Data Book or click here for the digital download of the 2017 Data Book.

For more videos, visit The Real Deal’s YouTube page.


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