Use TRD’s new 3-D development map to get a jump on the competition

TRD New York /
Apr.April 05, 2019 11:30 AM

Trying to keep up with the latest projects underway in New York City? Check out The Real Deal’s new interactive map, where you can track more than 16,000 buildings in various stages of development across the five boroughs. This critical resource is for subscribers only, so if you haven’t joined us yet, sign up now.

The map is updated daily by TRD’s data team and shows projects in every phase of development, from the moment plans are filed to when move-ins get the green light. Check out the video above to see how it works for commercial properties like Sam Chang’s new hotel in Long Island City.


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