Gathering meticulous property information is not the rousing task most developers signed on for when they dreamed of building skyscrapers. But without knowing everything about the area you intend on developing in and the success and failure of similar projects that came before yours, building a property in New York City is like a blind game of darts with millions of dollars on the line. Even knowing the current lay of the land is not enough when multiple new projects are filed with the Department of Buildings every day.
TRData has a new development pipeline containing 12,499 NYC projects and offers a subscription service that delivers detailed property information on every new project to your mailbox every week. In addition to new projects filed with the Department of Buildings, subscribers will receive every update to existing pipeline properties, such as an issued certificate of occupancy or a revised proposed unit count. Subscribe to updates to the entire pipeline or choose to be alerted when a new project of a specific size or in a specific neighborhood is filed.
Our pipeline contains over 6,000 projects that we consider “Active” (development fits typical schedule) or “Delayed” (unusual amount of time between filings or permits issued). Over 5,000 of these projects are considered “Abandoned” (no longer in development) or “Inactive” (complete or no development progress in five years). The remaining projects are historical, our first steps towards the goal of assembling every existing NYC property and their development process.
Each of these projects and completed properties include a wealth of information such as their unit count and unit sales; their job number and associated permit information; and the date of every filing and permit issued by the Department of Buildings and Attorney General’s office. For over half of the pipeline, we also have the property’s developer and contact information, which we’ve identified beyond the anonymous LLC with which they filed.
Click below to download a free sample. Contact Derek Smith at [email protected] to learn more about pricing.