Real estate vets, TRData’s Deal Sheet is now updated weekly

TRD New York /
Dec.December 20, 2017 12:20 PM

500-512 Seventh Avenue (Credit: Moinian Group)

The Real Deal’s comprehensive New York City real estate database, TRData, is now updating its Deal Sheet on a weekly basis. The Deal Sheet contains over 40,000 completed deals that encompass retail and office leasing, commercial building sales and financing transactions. If you’re looking for the right broker, neighborhood or just want to track trends, we’ve made it easy for you to sort through the transactions.

To view the largest deals in the database from the last month, you’ll first need to select the type of deal you’re interested in learning more about. Selecting “Office Leasing” from “Filter by Type” results in over 130 pages of office leases going back 10 years. To narrow these results, select a date range in “Filter by Date.” Choosing office leasing deals between Nov. 20, 2017 and Dec. 20, 2017 results in 82 transactions. These deals can be sorted by selecting the arrows next to each heading. Based on square feet leased, the largest of these deals is WeWork’s 250,000-square-foot lease at 500-512 Seventh Avenue, which is owned by the Moinian Group, the Chetrit Group and Edward J. Minskoff Equities.

In addition to the Deal Sheet database on TRData, you can sign up for a weekly email blast that contains the top office and retail leases from the previous week. Click here to sign up for our leasing e-blasts. Stay tuned for more information on our Department of Buildings filing and permit issued email blasts.

If you’d like to see your own completed deals appear on The Real Deal, submit those here or email them to [email protected].

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