With the presidential candidate fundraising numbers for the third quarter now available, real estate website Renthop took a look at the individual donations on a city and zip code level, and found that Bernie Sanders takes first place, leading in 83 zip codes across New York City in terms of unique donations. Donald Trump is closely behind, taking the lead in 82 zip codes in total.
However, when looking at how much money each candidate has raised by zip code, Trump leads in 66 zip codes. Sanders ranks second, but he is only leading in 43 zip codes, which puts Donald Trump 23 zip codes ahead.
Mayor Pete Buttigieg, meanwhile, has raised the most in New York City. As of Q3 2019, he has raised more than $2.5 million from New Yorkers.
Trump takes the lead in all 12 zip codes located in Staten Island in terms of unique donations. In terms of amount raised, Trump leads in 9 out of 12 Staten Island zip codes.
Sanders and Elizabeth Warren both saw a surge in donations when compared to the average donations per day after the first democratic debate. Sanders saw an increase of 182 percent while Warren saw an increase of 181 percent when it comes to donations. While both candidates have been seeing an uptick in donations throughout the race, Sanders saw another 27 percent increase in donations after the third democratic debate (shortly after the impeachment inquiry). Despite being the early front-runner in the polls, Joe Biden has consistently recorded below-average unique donations since April.
The three top presidential candidates with the highest number of unique donations so far in 2019 is Sanders (3,606 unique donors), Buttigieg (3,434 unique donors), and Warren (2,981 unique donors).
Breakdown by borough:
Bronx: Trump, 123 unique donations – Highest number of donations from zip code 10465 (28 donations, $7,085 raised)
Brooklyn: Sanders, 1,348 unique donations (81 donations, $21,644 raised)
Manhattan: Buttigieg, 2,732 unique donations – (287 unique donations, $258,906 raised)
Queens: Trump, 648 unique donations (45 donations, $14,270 raised)
Staten Island: Trump, 267 unique donations (53 donations, $10,776 raised)
A building that at least a few celebrities have called home has a new apartment on the market.
Apartment #15-104 at The Ansonia (pictured above) has a pricetag of $4.295M and features four bedrooms and 3.5 baths. A few famous faces the pre-war condominium has housed include Babe Ruth, Angelina Jolie, Macaulay Culkin, Eric McCormack, and Natalie Portman.
Originally designed as a hotel, the property has a rooftop terrace with garden, a fitness center, a full-time doorman, concierge service, a block-long lobby as well as Central Park views from east and south facing units. The Ansonia is also the most soundproof building in the city, which has made it popular with musicians.
Nick Agostinelli and Daniel Toder of Elegran are the exclusive listing agents.