After years of assembling intricate real estate data for The Real Deal’s reporters, our research team, TRData, has pivoted to position itself as a trusted source of detailed property information for anyone who’d like to gain deeper insight into the New York City real estate market.
Over the last six months, we’ve released a range of data packages that focus on new development, contractors, title insurers and lenders, to name a few. In addition to the packages and samples you’ll find below, TRData has put together numerous custom reports for firms across all sectors of the industry. We’ve also launched a subscription service that will send a list of newly filed or permitted projects to your inbox on a weekly basis.
Our full list of previous reports have been compiled below but this is only the jumping off point. If you or your firm is in need of any type of real estate data in New York City, TRData can help.
Contact Derek Smith at [email protected] or (646) 503-3561 to discuss custom report capabilities and pricing
Commercial Projects Without TCOs
A list of non-residential projects throughout the five boroughs that are near the average amount of time we’ve determined it takes for a commercial project to go from filing with the Department of Buildings to receiving its temporary certificate of occupancy.
New Building TCOs Issued Q3 2017
All 136 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 July, August and September of 2017
New Development Pipeline
TRData has been compiling every projects filed with the Department of Buildings and Attorney General’s office since 2009 and our full pipeline now contains over 12,000 projects and completed properties. Each project has over 80 columns of associated information including size, developer and the date of each permit filing and issuance.
TRData has used its new development pipeline to determine the average number of days between each step in the development process, allowing us to pinpoint projects that may be in need of assistance. This sample includes an analysis of projects between 25,000 and 49,999 square feet that are beyond the average number of days between development steps.
We’ve combed through over 60,000 NYC real estate transactions to determine the relationship between the most active lenders and the law firms they do business with. We’ve chosen the firms that appear most often in mortgage transactions between May 2016 and April 2017 and selected their most expensive loans.
Developer Ranking & Timeline
We’ve determined the average number of days between each step in development and listed projects according to the firm that developed them to determine the average number of days it takes each developer to receive a permit or complete a project.
Top 50 New Building Contractors
TRData has analyzed over 1,250 Department of Buildings job filings for new buildings over 25,000 square feet between January 2012 and April 2017 and determined a list of the most active contractors in New York City.
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
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.
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.
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.
Top 1000 NYC Deed Transactions
A list of the 1,000 most expensive deed transactions in New York City between December 2014 and June 2017. Includes the title insurance company and law firm that handled each transaction.