New York, NY Home Builders

New York, NY Home Builders



Listed in alphabetical order below, the New York Area features 186 homebuilders currently building new construction homes in 510 communities.


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The New York housing market is dominated by builders, such as Toll Brothers, ZappiCo, and Wilder Balter Partners, Inc., who have established over 10 communities altogether for you to be able to find the ideal location to settle down in.

These builders have made sure that you can observe the hustle and bustle of New York from a comfortable distance by opting for community clusters built in the suburbs of the metro area. Several communities await you in Scarborough, and single communities exist also in Grand View-On-Hudson, Nelsonville, Yorktown, Kitchawan, and Chappaqua. Whichever community you opt for, urban amenities will always be just around the corner.

People looking to build a new house in New York can choose from 186 homebuilders to help make their dream home a reality. These New York builders have a passion for quality construction and have 6,250 new homes available for sale in 510 New York communities.

Prices for new homes for sale in New York range from $1 to $98,500,000. Because New York has a diverse collection of homebuilders, home shoppers can easily find a builder that has a floor plan they love within their budget.

Large New York homebuilders have large floor plan libraries that encompass a wide range of home styles and can further customize their plans to meet your needs. New York’s custom homebuilders can also design a beautiful new home for your needs.

Picture a colonial house with hints of Neo-classical influence in its use of pillars, add to it the image of a condo but instead of flat roof, the condo has pitched roof, and what we get is the typical New York home of timeless elegance.