Bobst Library has participated in the Federal Depository Library Program as a selective depository since 1967. The publications received through this program are available for public use in the U.S. Documents Collection, located on the west wing of the 6th floor of the library.
This Research Guide introduces many resources across different subject areas associated with real estate. Use the tabs above to learn more about particular topics, including how to locate relevant books, trade publications, reference materials, and more. Also note that most real estate resources are housed at the Jack Brause Library located at the NYU Midtown Center.
Elmer Bobst Library has been a participant in the Federal Depository Library Program since 1967. The library is a selective depository which currently collects approximately 55% of the Federal documents distributed through the Federal Depository Library Program. The publications received through this program are available for public use in the U.S. Documents Collection, located on the 6th floor of the library. Some select materials are also shelved in the stacks. The majority of these documents are available on paper, with significant portions of the collection also on microform, and in electronic formats such as CD-ROM and online via the web. The Business & Social Science/Documents Center also houses decennial and non-decennial U.S. Census Bureau publications dating back to 1790.
NYPL Digital Gallery provides free and open access to over 800,000 images digitized from the The New York Public Library's vast collections, including illuminated manuscripts, historical maps, vintage posters, rare prints, photographs and more.
Established in 1977, the Department of Records and Information Services preserves and provides public access to historical and contemporary records and information about New York City government through the Municipal Archives, the City Hall Library, and the Visitor Center.
What will you find in this Research Guide?
This guide provides links to answer some of the most sought after New York City information i.e. departmental and agency reports and policy documents, statistical data, policy institute publications, and budgets.