Venturing through the Attorney General’s website for new projects filed can be as mundane as it is time consuming. Because of the way information is displayed, a contractor looking for work must view each newly filed building one at a time, without the ability to sort new projects by their area, size or intended use. The Real Deal’s New York City real estate database, TRData, has assembled every project submitted to the Attorney General’s office in the second quarter of 2017.
When a project is submitted to the AG’s office, it’s early in the development process, and only the initial planning steps have begun. This provides an opportunity for a contractor to approach a developer with a project proposal. Alternately, it’s a good time for an appliance supplier to pitch its newest refrigerators to a luxury residential building developer.
TRData’s collection includes all 177 projects filed with the Attorney General’s office in April, May and June. Along with the full address, project name, number of units and filing dates, our data includes other valuable pieces of information such as the developer’s LLC and address, the filing attorney’s firm, address and contact information and comprehensive building information such as the construction type and job number.
This data set includes 73 newly filed projects in Brooklyn, 36 Manhattan projects, 20 Queens projects and six from the Bronx. The remainder are properties in development outside of New York City that were filed here to be marketed, 16 of which are out of New York state. New construction projects account for 154 of the 177 filed plans while rehab and conversions make up 11 and 12 of the projects, respectively. Initial prices for the projects range between $201,650 and $322,824,100. Of the 177 properties, 126 are condominium plans while 51 are no action plans, or legal applications to develop condo divisions in an existing building.
Click below to read a full description of the package’s contents and download a free sample of newly filed NYC projects. Purchase the full list for an introductory price of $50.