The 2013 REBNY Index
Jotham Sederstrom Jan. 17, 2013, 7:45 a.m.
Any institution with 117 years under its belt is sure to accumulate truckloads of data points, and the Real Estate Board of New York, which celebrates its 1,404th month in existence this February, is no exception.
Indeed, from its modest beginnings as an organization with fewer than 50 members to its current position as the real estate industry’s most influential lobbying group, the board has come along way—and The Commercial Observer has the numbers to prove it.
After the jump, a random sampling of data points from over the course of REBNY’s distinguished, colorful history.