WATCH: NYC real estate’s week in numbers

A $235 million London office building, a 27% drop in construction starts and more

TRD New York /
Aug.August 11, 2017 03:25 PM


A $290,000 mortgage signed over the internet, 6.5 million square feet of greenlit new office space and a $100 billion potential bailout. In real estate, it’s all about the numbers.

This past week, The Real Deal reported on what Zillow could make off of StreetEasy’s Premier Agent over the next two years, Airbnb’s lobbying efforts in the first half of 2017 and the exorbitant total sellout that KUB Capital is seeking for its six-unit Soho development, 150 Wooster Street.

To see some of the biggest news of the past week in 10 numbers, watch the video above.

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