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

Khosla Capital's Vinod Khosla with 1 Shearwood Place (Getty Images, Google Maps)
Tri-State

Vinod Khosla makes $200M bet on Westchester rentals

Westchester’s multifamily market remains an attractive option for investors, judging by a recent $200 million sale in New Rochelle....

Vinod Khosla makes $200M bet on Westchester rentals
Silverstein's Larry Silverstein and KRE's Murray Kushner with 808 Pavonia Avenue (Studio V Design + Planning, Getty)
Tri-State

Kushners, Silverstein team on Jersey City development

The Kushners are continuing their dominance of the Jersey City multifamily development market, albeit through different companies. The KRE...

Kushners, Silverstein team on Jersey City development
Stonehenge CEO Ofer Yardeni and 780 Greenwich Village (Getty Images, Google Maps)

Stonehenge picks up Village multifamily for $80M

Ofer Yardeni’s Stonehenge Partners has bought a West Village apartment building for $80.4 million. The price works out to...

Stonehenge picks up Village multifamily for $80M
Gaia Real Estate's Danny Fishman with 55 Hope Street

Gaia scores Williamsburg rental for $80M

You might say the deal penciled out. Gaia Real Estate made its largest bet yet on New York City’s rental market, scooping up a converted pencil factory with 117 rental units in Williamsburg. The...

Gaia scores Williamsburg rental for $80M

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