A developer with a project in the works is undoubtedly familiar with the successes and failures of projects that share similarities to theirs. Did the choice of neighborhood impact the quick sell out or was it the architect that designed the project? If a successful project sold out all 79 units, should your project have more units? Is a building having trouble selling units because of its location or because of its floor plan? Knowing the intimate details of a competing or admired New York City development can be a lifeline when sorting out the details of your own new development.
The Real Deal’s comprehensive New York City real estate database, TRData, has a new development page dedicated to projects under construction, selling units or even only filed with the Department of Buildings or Attorney General’s office. These pages contain square footage, unit counts, developer contact information and the dates that projects filed and received permits.
Additionally, TRData has offering plans and amendments for over 100 new development projects that include further detailed information on floor plans and pricing for specific units. Check out past offering plans for properties such as 15 Central Park West, 1 West End Avenue or Flushing Commons.
Click here to view a full list of offering plans and amendments for New York City new development projects.