It seems to be a basic question, but I couldn't find a certain answer.
The human genome is known for more than a decade, and is available through several data providers as the NCBI etc. For the genes' promoters however there seems to be much less information. There are some characteristics known (like the TATA box, which appears in ~25% of human genes), some prediction methods (like CpG sites appearance), some rough estimations for the location (100-1000kbp long, in the adjacent 2kbp upstream from the TSS), but I couldn't find any data set with a closed list of human genes' promoters.
Is this really yet to exist?