You’re surrounded by construction in New York City. From the ground up development of a new building, to a gut renovation, to the installation of a new bathtub, the city is keeping track of construction as it occurs across the five boroughs. Unfortunately, pulling meaningful information out of the millions of rows of data the city has to offer can be tiresome and often fruitless.
TRData has analyzed hundreds of thousands of property records from PLUTO, the city’s geographic tax lot database, and paired that information with data analyzed from the Department of Housing Preservation and Development. We’ve created a list of properties that have not been renovated recently that include the contact information of the property managers that are responsible for them.
PLUTO’s Data Dictionary defines an altered property as one that has increased in value due to construction work. Using this information, we have isolated properties that have not been renovated since at least 2012. We’ve taken those properties and matched them with the property managers associated with them according to the Department of Housing Preservation and Development and then researched the contact information for each of those managers.
The aggregation of this data creates a powerful list of properties that may be in need of a contractor for renovation work and exactly how to reach each of the potential clients. Click below to download a free sample of five residential properties in Brooklyn under 5,000 square feet that last received a value-add renovation between 1995 and 2012. Each property includes the property manager responsible for the building, their address and phone number.
Contact Derek Smith at [email protected] or (646) 503-3561 to discuss pricing or request a custom sample of properties of any size across the five boroughs that may be in need of renovation work.