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“Building Distress” — And How NYC Models It Using Data

Residential apartment building in Harlem, NYC ...

In the multifamily building, operational problems can go hidden for a very long time, affecting performance for owners and managers as well as quality of life for tenants. If there’s one thing technology has done to commercial real estate, it has been to expand the amount and variety of information that can be captured about a property, all with the idea of revealing such problems.  A significant portion of the new tools and techniques for information collection are there for the use of managers and owners — capabilities ranging from smart meters for water and electricity usage to using software to shape the ideal mix of amenities.

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