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September Construction Starts in the New York Metropolitan Area

October 31, 2019

October 30, 2019 – Dodge Data & Analytics today reported on September construction starts in the metropolitan statistical area of New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island, consisting of Bergen, Bronx, Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon, Kings, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Nassau, New York, Ocean, Passaic, Pike, Putnam, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Somerset, Suffolk, Sussex, Union and Westchester in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.

According to Dodge Data & Analytics, the latest month’s construction activity followed this pattern:

2019 2018 % Change
Nonresidential $2,443,732,000 $1,184,471,000 +++
Residential $1,439,826,000 $1,408,562,000 2
TOTAL BUILDING $3,883,558,000 $2,593,033,000 50

For the year-to-date on a cumulative basis, the totals are:

2019 2018 % Change
Nonresidential $17,060,539,000 $16,809,501,000 1
Residential $15,243,138,000 $15,575,784,000 -2
TOTAL BUILDING $32,303,677,000 $32,385,285,000 0

Nonresidential buildings include office, retail, hotels, warehouses, manufacturing, educational, healthcare, religious, government, recreational, and other buildings.

Residential buildings include single family and multifamily housing.

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