Fun tool: BuzzBuzzHome made an interactive map of new developments

By Virginia K. Smith  | November 25, 2015 - 8:59AM

We love a good data  map as much as the next New Yorker, and just in time to run out the clock on your pre-holiday Wednesday afternoon, BuzzBuzzHome has unleashed a fun new addition to the canon: an interactive (and embeddable) map of NYC's residential new developments, including both rental and sales buildings.

The map (below) lets you search by listings or by neighborhood (the better to find out area stats like price per square foot), as well as by filters like price, rental versus sale, number of bedrooms, and so on. (It's modeled after a similar tool the site released in San Francisco.)  Of the decision to make the tool embeddable on any site, BuzzBuzzHome Executive Vice President Kiyoko Fujimura wrote in a blog post last week, "It’s an opportunity to create more efficiency in the marketplace by taking work that our team has already done and making it freely available for any site to use." 

Play around with the tool below—even if you're not necessarily in the market for new development digs, don't you want to know the dirt on your neighborhood's fanciest buildings?



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