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StreetEasy

130 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10011
(212) 804-6601
Website

StreetEasy is a searchable online database of residential property listings and recorded sales in New York City. Users can search rentals, co-ops, condos and houses through parameters such as price, neighborhood and desired commute time.

StreetEasy was founded in 2006 by Internet entrepreneur Michael Smith and acquired by real estate search engine Zillow in August 2013 for $50 million. Zillow relaunched StreetEasy in early 2014 with a new design and no fees for premium services. By early 2014, most of the senior staff at StreetEasy before the sale had left. Tech developer Susan Daimler replaced Smith as the head of StreetEasy, with the title of general manager of Zillow New York.

StreetEasy, GM
130 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY, (212) 804-6601
Susan Daimler is the general manager of online property listings database StreetEasy. She...
  • Event Sales
  • Address 814 Madison Avenue
  • Neighborhood Lenox Hill
  • Borough Manhattan
  • Price $ 191,800,000
  • Publication Date 10/01/2008
  • Event Date 08/22/2008
  • Party 1 Madison 68 Corporation of Manhattan
  • Party 2 Abro Management
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The rental building sold for $191.8 million. Rents at the property ranged over the past two years from $3,100 for a one-bedroom to $30,000 for a five-bedroom unit, according to StreetEasy. Abro Management also purchased two apartment buildings at 103-109 East 86th Street and 115-119 East 82nd Street for $85 million. In addition, Abro recently sold two apartment buildings at 34 Hillside Avenue and 2 Ellwood Street for $23.1 million and $17.1 million, respectively (see below).

07/27/2018
The condo building was constructed in 2016 and contains 70 units, according to StreetEasy...

07/10/2018
Although it is difficult to arrive at definitive numbers for the 2017 sales volume of Brooklyn brokerages, TRD obtained its figures by crosschecking sales data from an analysis of StreetEasy's online records, with sales figures for both buy and sell-side transactions provided by the firms themselves, which TRD vetted...

06/01/2018
StreetEasy shows the developer had listed many units last year and has now taken them off the market...

06/01/2018
But this year’s top agents didn’t just eke out sales in a challenging environment. They did so against the backdrop of unprecedented pressure on brokerages to turn a profit and prove their value in a changing marketplace that includes digital competitors from StreetEasy and Zillow to Realtor.com and Redfin...

02/01/2018
The Manhattan brokerage business also saw its share of drama. A high-stakes battle over who controls all of these listings and how they’re disseminated to consumers raged for much of the year, pitting listings website StreetEasy against some of city’s biggest firms...

01/01/2018
Developers have added both new condos and rentals to the neighborhood, where median rents clock in at roughly $2,275 and median sales prices are a modest $392,000, according to StreetEasy...

10/02/2017
The median return on newly purchased condos listed for rent was 2.5 percent in the second quarter of 2017, according to a recent analysis by StreetEasy...

09/01/2017
Source: TRD analysis of unsold units (active or in-contract listings and shadow inventory) in new development buildings as of June 29, 2017 in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan. Only buildings with a price-on-acceptance of $20 million or MORE were considered. To qualify as a new development, the offering plan on the building must have been effective AS of Jan. 1, 2010. Any buildings that were effective before that date were not considered, unless a later amendment showed a new sponsor and sales offerings of at least $20 million. No re-sales were considered: Brokerages must have demonstrated that they were the sponsored agent on the building for their sales to count. TRD analyzed deeds recorded in ACRIS, listing credits in StreetEasy and OLR, and documentation from firms to assign credit...

08/31/2017
Credit: CBRE According to this week’s market reports, over 90 percent of retail sales occur in brick-and-mortar stores, and by one measure, one-bedroom rents in Credit: CBRE According to this week’s market reports, over 90 percent of retail sales occur in brick-and-mortar stores, and by one measure, one-bedroom rents in...

08/31/2017
Source: TRD analysis of sponsored sales in new development buildings that closed between June 1, 2014 and May 31, 2017 in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan. Only buildings with a price-on-acceptance of $20 million or MORE were considered. To qualify as a new development, the offering plan on the building must have been effective AS of Jan. 1, 2010. Any buildings that were effective before that date were not considered, unless a later amendment showed a new sponsor and sales offerings of at least $20 million. No re-sales were considered: Brokerages must have demonstrated that they were the sponsored agent on the building for their sales to count. TRD analyzed deeds recorded in ACRIS, listing credits in StreetEasy and OLR, and documentation from firms to assign credit...

08/01/2017
Source: TRD analysis of sponsored sales in new development buildings that closed between June 1, 2014 and May 31, 2017 in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan. Only buildings with a price-on-acceptance of $20 million or MORE were considered. To qualify as a new development, the offering plan on the building must have been effective AS of Jan. 1, 2010. Any buildings that were effective before that date were not considered, unless a later amendment showed a new sponsor and sales offerings of at least $20 million. No re-sales were considered: Brokerages must have demonstrated that they were the sponsored agent on the building for their sales to count. TRD analyzed deeds recorded in ACRIS, listing credits in StreetEasy and OLR, and documentation from firms to assign credit...

07/01/2017
Real estate news about trophy penthouse sales in Manhattan and new high-end condo projects in Brooklyn has become virtually inescapable. And in many cases, theReal estate news about trophy penthouse sales in Manhattan and new high-end condo projects in Brooklyn has become virtually inescapable. And in many cases, the...

12/30/2016
There are 17 active sales at the building, including 11 previous sales with an average price of $5.4 million, or $2,884 per square foot, according to StreetEasy...

12/28/2016
According to StreetEasy, 20 units in the building have closed, with the average unit selling for about $1.085 million, or $1,429 per square foot...

12/15/2016
In all, four properties in the over-$10 million luxury market received price reductions of more than 5 percent between Dec. 5 and Dec. 11, according to data provided by StreetEasy...

02/02/2016
Clockwise from left: 666 Greenwich Street, Herald Towers, Windsor Court and Stuy-Town You knew the rent was too damn high, but what you didn’t know Clockwise from left: 666 Greenwich Street, Herald Towers, Windsor Court and Stuy-Town You knew the rent was too damn high, but what you didn’t know...

01/14/2016
Its 421a tax cut, which this year is down $1.6 million, is set to expire later this year. The Lincoln Square tower is all rental and monthly rates average about $3,300, according to StreetEasy...

01/12/2016
Williamsburg was 2015’s top NYC neighborhood for applications, with developers applying for more than 1,100 units through November. Still, other neighborhoods are also on the ascent. A recent report from listings website StreetEasy found that Upper Manhattan saw the highest rate of median sales prices increases in NYC in the last year, with a 20.5 percent jump...

01/01/2016
It’s been a decade since the listings portal StreetEasy debuted, making data accessible to New Yorkers...

12/23/2015
(credit: Newmark Grubb Knight Frank and CityRealty) According to the latest batch of market reports, office asking rents are rising, Queens will be the borough to (credit: Newmark Grubb Knight Frank and CityRealty) According to the latest batch of market reports, office asking rents are rising, Queens will be the borough to...

12/23/2015
The top 10 residential sales of the year, based on data from StreetEasy and the city’s Department of Finance, collectively totaled $565 million, about a 7 percent drop from last year’s $606 million worth of sales...

12/01/2015
But even so, it’s only recently that four Brooklyn neighborhoods â€' Dumbo, Cobble Hill, Williamsburg and Downtown Brooklyn â€' have seen their rents surpass the Manhattan average, according to an October report from the listing website StreetEasy...

10/14/2015
If all those units were instead on the rental market, neighborhood monthly median asking rent -- $3,055, according to StreetEasy -- would be around $37 to $69 lower, according to the TRD analysis...

10/07/2015
The ranking comes with caveats: some developments have several closed sales, which are not reflected here, meaning it is by no means a ranking of sales success. And two prominent developments, 220 Central Park South and 432 Park Avenue, do not have any units under contract listed on OLR. In the case of 432 Park, TRD pulled a figure of $869.7 million from StreetEasy listings data, but sources close to the project say the real figure is likely much higher...

09/01/2015
At the 278-unit condo 550 Vanderbilt, located at Pacific Park, units are priced between $550,000 and $5.5 million. Prices at the project are averaging nearly $1,400 per square foot, according to StreetEasy...

Home prices continued to rise across Manhattan and Brooklyn in April. The median price for a Manhattan home rose 2.9 percent year-over-year to $975,017. In...

The median resale price for Manhattan’s luxury homes fell 0.3 percent in December, the seventh consecutive month of price decline. Brooklyn’s luxury market is experiencing...

Median sales and rental prices across New York City are expected to slow next year, and Jamaica will likely be the hottest new neighborhood of...

...online here. Q3 2015 Manhattan and Brooklyn rent prices: StreetEasy...

Median rents in Downtown Brooklyn, Williamsburg and Cobble Hill are higher than Manhattan’s overall median rent. Although rent in Long Island City remained 11 percent...

Asking rents in Brooklyn are up 4 percent from last year to $2,650 and the borough was the most competitive market during August. View the...

...online here. July 2015 Manhattan and Brooklyn residential sales: Streeteasy...

...full report online here. Q2 2015 Brooklyn residential sales: StreetEasy...

...here. NYC homeownership rate by racial/ethnic group: Streeteasy...

...levels in 2009. View the full report online here. StreetEasy ManhatFebruary 2015 Manhattan condo sales: StreetEasy...

...November than in October, according to the November StreetEasy Manhattan Condo Market Report. "Sales activity also slowed in November, with pending sales falling...