The Real Deal New York

Developers, use TRData to find an architect

July 27, 2017 02:35PM

Rendering of 251 1st Street in Park Slope (Credit: ODA New York)

Choosing an architect for a multimillion-dollar development should be a more arduous task than simply reading reviews or asking around the industry. The exterior and interior appearance of a building that has been meticulously planned and funded should be handled by an architect and firm who have experience being equally meticulous. Knowing an architect’s previous projects — and the public reaction to them — is an integral piece of the puzzle when selecting the right firm. TRData has over 500 licensed architecture firms and over 700 licensed architects in its database. These pages are valuable resources that allow you to view a list of an architect’s projects and find out how to contact them.

To access the full list of architecture firms in the database, simply check “Architect” in the “Filter by Type” section of the Advanced Search’s Company tab. Clicking “Filter” results in all 583 architecture firms with pages in the database.

To further refine these results, you can filter by the borough they’re located in, the total number of square feet of their projects in the database, the dollar value of those projects and the timeframe in which they were developed.

Once you’ve narrowed down the list of architects that meet your qualifications, clicking on the architect’s name displays their individual topic page. These pages include the licensed architects employed by the firm, completed transactions in which they were involved, articles on The Real Deal in which they were mentioned, links to topic pages for properties they’ve finished work on and links to pages for properties currently in development.

Each topic page for architects and architecture firms also includes contact information with their phone number, email address and street address.