Results from the premium .NYC domain name auction (RealEstate.nyc $21,300)

Auctions.nyc and the City of New York had their first auction of premium .NYC domains. The auction featuring 20 domain names ended today on Namejet and 19 out of 20 domains were sold for a total of $70,650.

RealEstate.nyc was the top selling domain name getting a $21,300 winning bid. Apartments.nyc also got a 5-figure bid with $16,155. Roommates.nyc only got a $69 bid and did not sell as the reserve for all 20 names was $500.

These 20 premium domain names were associated with real estate, interior design, construction, gardening and home improvement. Only businesses, organizations and individuals with a physical address in the five boroughs were eligible to bid and register these premium .nyc domain names.

Here are the results of the 1st premium .NYC domain name auction:

Domain Name Price
Apartments.nyc $16,155
Brokers.nyc $1,908
Brownstones.nyc $530
Condos.nyc $4,600
Construction.nyc $500
CoOps.nyc $520
Furniture.nyc $2,508
Garden.nyc $1,021
Homes.nyc $3,200
Interiors.nyc $500
Kitchen.nyc $2,000
Lease.nyc $4,100
Living.nyc $2,650
Lofts.nyc $1,200
RealEstate.nyc $21,300
Renovation.nyc $690
Rentals.nyc $5,700
Roommates.nyc $69
Studios.nyc $1,008
Sublet.nyc $560

This was the first time reserved .nyc premium domain names came to market. Premium domains are released to auction in batches of similarly themed names. .NYC has another 6 auctions lined up, each with a different theme.

(UPDATE: Rentals.nyc was not paid for.))

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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He loves domains and building websites. He is online since 1995, learned about html in 1996 and got into domains in 2002. He started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

3 comments

  1. How many did Berkens cousin get?

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