April showers bring more deals: See what traded in the last month

TRD's monthly deal sheet includes residential sales, commercial sales, financing and leasing data

May.May 01, 2019 01:00 PM

The Real Deal‘s monthly deal sheet highlights the commercial, residential, financing and leasing transactions from the past month.

Check out who is inking the most deals:

Residential deals in New York city
Deals include residential condo, co-op and single-family sales. Transactions are listed from
largest to smallest in sale price and cover sales in NYC recorded in March 2019. Listing broker
information is from public listing information and articles.
Commercial deals in New York city
Deals are listed from largest to smallest in square feet leased, or dollar value for sales and loans. The Deal Sheet covers transactions from 3/16/19 to 4/15/19. Please submit future deals
to [email protected]


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