Scorecard: Manhattan condo filings slip three months in a row

A monthly roundup of data and reports on the residential market

TRD New York /
Jun.June 08, 2017 05:00 PM
From the June issue:
Only 17 new Manhattan condo units were accepted for sale by the New York State Attorney General this April, the lowest monthly count recorded in the last year.

The 17 units have a total projected sellout of $77.4 million, a large drop from the 133 units with a sellout of nearly $200 million approved the month prior.

In Brooklyn and Queens, 234 condo units were accepted for sale at a target sellout of $201.11 million.

That’s a significant increase from the 61 new condos with a projected sellout of $66 million approved in March.

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