Brooklyn brokers, get a detailed snapshot of the last 7 years of Williamsburg development

New York /
Aug.August 04, 2017 03:15 PM
Being a sales or rental agent in the hottest neighborhoods in New York City is a double-edged sword. Neighborhoods like Williamsburg, Bushwick and Long Island City have opportunities for commission and glory that are only matched by the ferocity of competition in those areas. Ground-up development and renovations are happening around every block and to be a truly successful agent in an up-and-coming neighborhood, knowledge is key.
TRData has a thorough snapshot of the last 7 years of Williamsburg development that can be an asset to brokerages large and small. This includes 544 Williamsburg properties over 5,000 square feet that were filed with the Department of Buildings or the New York state Attorney General’s office between January 1, 2010, and June 1, 2017.
Using our full New York City pipeline of over 5,000 projects in various stages of development, we can track particular projects based on the standard time between filing and permit issuance to determine the property’s status and latest activity.
Purchase our standard package — or download a free sample — to receive a spreadsheet. It would contain the address, building status (job filed, under construction, building complete, on the market), latest development activity (active, delayed, inactive, abandoned), square footage, number of units, floors, height, BBL, BIN, job number, job type, plan ID and proposed occupancy classification of all 544 properties.
Our premium package contains everything mentioned as well as valuable information such as the owner’s LLC and contact information, filing architect and their contact information and the date of every permit filing and issuance including the date the project was filed with the Department of Buildings, the date it was filed with the Attorney General’s office, the AG’s accepted date, effective date, current price and all related TCO filing and issuance dates. Additionally, we’ve identified the actual owner of 356 of these 544 properties.
Click below to read more about each of these Williamsburg packages and download a free sample of five properties.

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