Real estate industry, TRData wants to hear from you

August 07, 2017 01:50PM

Renderings of 416-420-Kent Avenue in Brooklyn and 50 Bowery in Manhattan (Credit: ODA and Joie de Vivre Hotels)

A month ago, TRData launched a new data service allowing readers of The Real Deal to download invaluable information about New York City real estate. So far we’ve released packages ranging from a ranking of title insurers to a detailed Williamsburg market report. We’ve received some helpful feedback and now we want to hear from you.

Are you a broker who wants to see more reports on specific neighborhoods? Are you a developer who wants to compare contractors who worked on projects similar to yours? Are you a flooring company looking for contacts in buildings in development? Who ever you are, if you have a use for New York City real estate data, we’d love to hear from you.

Email Derek Smith at [email protected] with your suggestions and requests. See below for a description of our previous packages and to download a free sample.

NYC’s 100 Largest Residential Projects in Development

The 100 largest new building projects in NYC that are in active development status, ranked by the number of residential units they’ll contain

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New Building TCOs Issued in Q2 2017

All 107 of the city’s new buildings over 5,000 square feet that received their temporary certificate of occupancy, the document that allows civilians to enter the building and allows buyers to close on their units, in April May and June of 2017

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AG Filed Q2 2017

All 177 projects in the city that were filed with the New York state Attorney General’s office in the April, May and June of 2017.

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Williamsburg Properties Filed Between Jan. 2010 and June 2017

544 Williamsburg properties over 5,000 square feet that were filed with the Department of Buildings or Attorney General’s office between January 1, 2010 and June 1, 2017.

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Top 100 Title Insurers by Value of Deed Transactions

The title insurance companies that represent the most expensive buildings in New York City and appear most often throughout the 60,000 deed transactions TRData combed through.

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