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.
Want to know more about the multifamily market?
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: Century Development's Group’s George Xu and City/Rybak Development’s Sergey Rybak with 78-29 Austin St./11-36 45 Road

Rybak, Century file to build Queens multifamily projects

A pair of outer borough real estate developers have each submitted plans to bring more than 200 residential units...

Rybak, Century file to build Queens multifamily projects
CW Realty's Cheskie Weisz and an aerial of the development site at 296 4th Avenue, 288 4th Avenue, 21 Denton Place (CW Realty, Google Maps)

Cheskie Weisz plans 200 Gowanus apartments

The Gowanus rezoning is supposed to bring about 8,500 new apartments to the Brooklyn neighborhood. Cheskie Weisz plans to chip in 200 of them at a Fourth Avenue site. Weisz’s CW Realty is putting...

Cheskie Weisz plans 200 Gowanus apartments
HUBB NYC’s Jesse Terry with 150 Union Avenue

HUBB NYC picks up Williamsburg rental for $78M

With the expiration of 421a, buildings with the coveted tax exemption will be harder for future investors to come...

HUBB NYC picks up Williamsburg rental for $78M
Brooklyn nursing home tops mid-market investment sales

Brooklyn nursing home tops mid-market investment sales

With rents rising and a slowdown in new apartment construction on the horizon, mid-market investors continue to target multifamily...

Brooklyn nursing home tops mid-market investment sales
A&E’s Doug Eisenberg and Square Mile’s David Greenberg with 160 Riverside Boulevard (A&E Real Estate, Square Mile Capital Management, Google Maps)

Square Mile bankrolls A&E’s $415M UWS apartment deal

Douglas Eisenberg’s A&E Real Estate closed on its latest Upper West Side apartment deal with a $286 million loan...

Square Mile bankrolls A&E’s $415M UWS apartment deal

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