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Multifamily Quarter In Review:
New York City | Q2 2016

In a tumultuous global market, New York City multifamily sales remained largely stable in 2Q16. Multifamily sales experienced gains in year-over year dollar volume despite declines in transaction and building volume. Northern Manhattan embodied this trend, being carried by two large trades over $100 million, despite a dip in transaction activity.

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Bushwick: Rebuilt for the Future

For better or worse, Bushwick has earned notoriety over the years as a hotbed of activity. In decades past, a large part of this activity was not positive—rampant drugs, gangs, and arson—and either in the headlines, or simply accepted as part of the culture.

What can the East Village learn from the West Village?

Comparing and contrasting the West Village’s rise as a cosmopolitan residential area, to the lagging East Village, the report examines how the East Village can leverage its existing characteristics to reach the same heights.

Gowanus: Status Pending

Nestled between two prime residential neighborhoods, Carroll Gardens and Park Slope, Gowanus has, in recent years, become the object of a speculative boom which has been fueled by a number of factors.

Jamaica: New York City’s Next Regional Center

A flurry of residential, retail and hotel developments in the area coupled with public investment has been a catalyst for growth in Jamaica.

Mott Haven: Shaping the South Bronx

An in-depth analysis of the developments in progress, why this area has seen so much development activity, and what the future holds.

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2016 Q2 MULTIFAMILY MARKET STATS

$3.68B

Multifamily
Dollar Volume

174

Multifamily
Transaction Count

3.50%

Current Prime
Interest Rate

6,047

Resi. Units in
Development

The information contained herein has either been given to us by the owner of the property or obtained from sources that we deem reliable. We have no reason to doubt its accuracy but we do not guarantee the accuracy of any information provided herein. As an example, all zoning information, buildable footage estimates and indicated uses must be independently verified. Vacancy factors used herein are an arbitrary percentage used only as an example, and does not necessarily relate to actual vacancy, if any. The value of this prospective investment is dependent upon these estimates and assumptions made above, as well as the investment income, the tax bracket, and other factors which your tax advisor and/or legal counsel should evaluate. The prospective buyer should carefully verify each item of income, and all other information contained herein.