Gotham Dream Builders

Full Service Construction Company in Great Neck, NY

Great Neck, NY

About Gotham Dream Builders

Gotham Dream Builders is an NYC and long island full service contractor and builder specializing in new construction, remodeling and renovation.

With us, quality and satisfaction are guaranteed from start to finish. We are a fully insured and licensed home improvement contractor that services all size jobs. Also, we are BBB accredited and has great references!

Contact us for all of your upcoming project needs!


  • We can build
  • Renovate
  • Remodel and take down
  • Bathroom
  • Kitchen and basement renovations
  • Tile work
  • Marble (all types)
  • Hard wood flooring
  • Laminate
  • Framing
  • Sheet rock
  • Skim coating and painting
  • Installation of doors and windows
  • Exterior/Interior painting.
  • Brick work
  • Brown stone
  • Cultured stones
  • Electric/Plumbing
  • Siding
  • Fences
  • Deck


We use/work with standard type materials as well as green or recycled products where applicable and available. We also use Energy-Star rated building products, such as windows, doors, appliances, insulation, etc, when appropriate, as they conserve energy costs for the homeowner, and also reduce the carbon footprint to the environment.

581 Middle Neck Road, D
Great Neck, NY 11023
(212) 742-7007
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Payment options
Gotham Dream Builders accepts cash, checks and credit cards
Cities served
Bronx, Staten Island, Newark, Jersey City, Jamaica, Flushing, Yonkers, Astoria, Paterson, Bridgeport and other cities within 80 miles of Great Neck.

One of the best ways for a homeowner to save money is to find the right contractor. A contractor who submits a comprehensive, thorough estimate will help any homeowner stay within a pre-determined budget.

A detailed estimate will reduce cost "over-runs." Also, a contractor who outlines a detailed proposal will not omit certain parts of a project necessary for completion.

Saving money is great, but home construction is an investment. When you're trying to cut back on costs, it's sometimes easy to forget about your home's resale value. Laminate may look good on paper, but springing for tile or hardwood flooring makes your home more salable down the road.

Whether you're renovating a single room or considering some major home construction, the key to saving money is considering your costs at every step of the project.

In our experience, we don't consider any project as common, but the most often requested projects are kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling, basement finishing, complete additions, garages, decks, driveways, replacement windows and doors, etc.

We would like all our customers to know that, while they might need a remodel project done to their home, it is not always necessary for them to have a 100% finished product in mind. An experienced contractor will accommodate his customers' wishes, but he may also include suggestions for ease of traffic patterns, ways to save money on materials, introduce them to new materials available, and quite often, offer variations of what a homeowner has in mind.

Obviously, a homeowner should realize that the more information/ideas/suggestions they can offer a contractor, will help reduce confusion, when a contractor does show up for an estimate.

Also, any blueprints, or even homeowner sketches, drawings, etc., can be very helpful in conveying the desired outcome of any project to a professional remodeling contractor.

1). What is your experience?

2). When can you start, and finish, the project?

3). How much will the project cost?

4). Are you licensed and/or insured?

Any/all follow-up, and all workmanship and materials are 100% guaranteed.

  • Are you licensed?
  • Do you carry general liability insurance?
  • Do you carry workers’ compensation insurance?
  • What types of Payments do you accept?
  • Are you a member of NARI or NAHB?
  • Will you pull all the required building permits?
  • Do you guarantee your work?
  • Who will be in charge of the job?
  • Will you provide me with written references?
  • How do you handle “dirty work”?



Mark responded swiftly with an estimate and provided excellent communication throughout the project. He and his team ripped out our decaying porch, assessed the inherent damage (90 year-old home), proposed a plan to both stabilize the porch and accommodate our wants/needs, and ultimately exceeded our expectations with his craftsmanship.

We had to compromise the original plan because of someone's previous poor construction, and Marks' solution was way better than our original plan.

The only negative was that project took a little longer than we had expected even when taking into account the unforeseen adjustments and reinforcements. Our only inconvenience, however, was having to board our dog during the project. Mark and crew made up for it by repairing a random problem area on our back deck without me even asking them.

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