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Next Stop: Queens | The Effect of the East-Bound 7-Train

It’s no secret New York City has become increasingly unaffordable in the years following the Great Recession. Since 2011, the City has experienced a meteoric rise in both multifamily prices (90% increase), and residential rental rates (30% increase) for tenants and landlords alike. To combat this trend, tenants continue to look for the next up and-coming neighborhoods in which they will be offered similar or better living amenities at a more a ffordable price. What we have seen is that landlords tend to follow tenants into these “value neighborhoods” effectively creating a recurring cycle of hide and seek...


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Through periodically released market reports, our investment research professionals strive to provide our sales staff, clients and the real estate community with the latest market information. By keeping data at the heart of our platform, we are committed to providing investors with the right set of facts about market trends and economic indicators when making important investment decisions.

Our team has developed a proprietary database to track, monitor and store every piece of market information that crosses our desk. As a result, we have centralized the relevant data and use it to generate real time market reports and analyses for our clients. We share this data through several tools on our website, such as the Landlord Dashboard.

Our research professionals also produce popular New York City multifamily market reports on a monthly and quarterly basis. Browse the tabs below to learn more about activity and trends in the broader metropolitan area as well as individual boroughs.

Neighborhood Reports
​Next Stop: Queens | The Effect of the East-Bound 7-Train

​This report delves into the chase for affordability and subsequent development of neighborhoods that line the Queens-bound 7-train.

Hudson Yards: Building a Neighborhood from the Ground Up

For decades, the Far West Side of Manhattan existed not so much as an actual neighborhood, but as an area dedicated to industry, namely the West Side Rail Yard.

Belmont: A Cultural Destination

Belmont is a quaint, old-fashioned neighborhood in the Bronx. Its centralized location, demographic, and lack of a nearby subway system, makes this neighborhood a unique area to analyze.

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.

The Revitalization of the Financial District

Exploring the changing landscape of the Financial District, including the rising residential market, expanding retail destinations, and changing office environment.

NYC Market Reports
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