Multifamily Market

The multifamily market encompasses the buying, selling and owning of residential buildings with more than one unit. These buildings can contain a handful of apartments or condos or hundreds. Often multifamily buildings are purchased as investments, and the property owners become or hire landlords to manage their tenants.

Multifamily Market Q&A

What properties are part of the multifamily market?
Most types of residential buildings can be bought, sold, and owned as part of the multifamily market. High-rises with luxury condos townhouses with three units are both part of the market, and buildings that were originally single family homes can be transformed into multifamily properties.
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Check out our Top Stories below for TRD's most up-to-date coverage of the multifamily market.

Multifamily Market Top Stories

September 5, 2019New York City’s mid-market investment sales deals last week include trades in Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx.
August 27, 2019Real Capital Analytics data showed that New York’s multifamily market had a very slow July.
July 16, 2019New York’s multifamily market slowdown is still going on, according to an Ariel report from the second quarter of 2019.
June 28, 2019Eran Polack’s HAP Investments is pitching his East Harlem rental portfolio as a $130M upside play to buyers who won’t touch fully regulated buildings.
June 26, 2019The multifamily market in New York was extremely slow once again in April.

The Latest

From left: 140 and 142 West 4th Street, 63 West 104 Street and 37-30 Review Avenue in Long Island City (Google Maps; StreetEasy)

Mid-market muscles up: $154M in deals last week

It was another strong showing for New York City investment sales between $10 million and $30 million. Ten deals,...

Mid-market muscles up: $154M in deals last week
TF Cornerstone President Frederick Elghanayan with 2-10 54th Avenue and 55-01 Second Street in Long Island City (Google Maps)

The 10 biggest new project filings in NYC

Opponents chased Amazon’s proposed second headquarters away from Long Island City, but that hasn’t stopped a wave of new projects from coming to the neighborhood. Of the 10 biggest new building applications filed in...

The 10 biggest new project filings in NYC
Clockwise from left: Richard LeFrak, Related chairman Stephen Ross, A&E's Douglas Eisenberg, Cammeby’s International Group founder Rubin Schron and Blackstone president Jonathan Gray (Getty, iStock)

These are NYC’s largest rental landlords of 2020

 While 2020 was a turbulent year for New York City, things have largely stayed the same for the city’s...

These are NYC’s largest rental landlords of 2020
New York State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins with Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie and Gov. Andrew Cuomo. (Getty)

Lawmakers rush to pass more limits on residential evictions

 State lawmakers are racing to pass legislation before the end of the year to significantly expand upon the existing...

Lawmakers rush to pass more limits on residential evictions
We read the details on federal rent relief so you don’t have to. (Getty)
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The nitty gritty on federal rent relief

 As the multifamily sector welcomed the inclusion of $25 billion in rental assistance in the federal relief package, it rushed to decipher the 5,000-page bill. Here are some key details. The funds will be...

The nitty gritty on federal rent relief

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