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New Yorkers, how safe is your elevator? This map tells you

Search by your address on The Real Deal’s exclusive interactive map to see any elevator-related violations lodged with New...

New DOB maps shows all building violations, permits issued in past 12 months

The Department of Buildings now has an interactive map that offers a quick glimpse at construction activity, accidents and...

After a fire injured 12, tenants mull asking judge to strip Bronx landlord of building

More than a month after an electrical fire injured a dozen people at a multifamily building in the South...

Gracie Mansion’s got a bum elevator

Going up—clank! Mayor Bill de Blasio’s elevator could use a little TLC, according to building violations on file for Gracie Mansion. The late 18th century estate that’s served as a home or meeting place...

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Scorecard: The best and worst neighborhoods for building violations

From the September issue: If you knew a building had a long rap sheet of violations, including everything from...

City’s temporary housing is rife with violations

Thousands of New Yorkers are now living in poorly kept “cluster units” as the city’s homeless population tops 59,000.

City Council takes another whack at tenant relocation fees

City Council member Margaret Chin has re-introduced a bill Tuesday that would force landlords to pay a tenant’s relocation...

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Landlord angles to buy six Suzuki buildings

Sam Suzuki In the wake of Bronx landlord Sam Suzuki’s jailing over massive violations at his 1585 East 172nd Street apartment building, a new property owner is angling to buy six of the landlord’s...

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Landlord angles to buy six Suzuki buildings

Sam Suzuki In the wake of Bronx landlord Sam Suzuki’s jailing over massive violations at his 1585 East 172nd Street apartment building, a new property owner is angling to buy six of the landlord’s...

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