Hey developers, TRData has analyzed the last 5 years of new building filings and their contractors so you don’t have to

TRD New York /
Sep.September 28, 2017 01:30 PM

500 West 33rd Street and Daniel Tishman, CEO of Tishman Construction

Developers of trophy towers and the brokers that market them receive a large share of the limelight when it comes to New York City real estate. The unsung hero in the battle to build a skyscraper tends to be… the company actually building that skyscraper. Contractors seem to receive little glory for their successfully completed buildings and shoulder a lot of the blame for the projects that never come to fruition. Finding a contractor with hundreds of completed buildings on their resume is integral to securing a team that will complete your project on time.

TRData has analyzed all of the permit applications for new buildings greater 25,000 square feet filed with the Department of Buildings between January 2012 and April 2017 in order to establish a list of the most active contractors in New York City.

Top 50 New Building Contractors: PurchaseFree sample

Included in this data package are 50 of the most active contractors and an analysis of the total number of projects, square feet, and residential units completed by each company. Additionally, each contractor has been paired with the developers they work with and the number of projects, square feet and units they’ve completed for each of those developers in the last five years. Knowing that a contractor is trusted by the biggest developers in the city can be all you need to make your decision of who to hire for your own project.

Also included are the phone numbers and addresses for each of these 50 contracting companies, allowing a developer to complete their due diligence and contact their prospective contractor entirely with information obtained from TRData.

Click above to purchase the package or download a free sample. Contact Derek Smith at [email protected] with any questions regarding TRData.


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