In the New York City Department of Buildings’ Weekly Statistical Report for the week of September 8th to September 14th, we saw twenty-eight new residential building permits accepted!
This brings us up to twenty-nine permit acceptances for September, just one below what we saw in September of 2012. With another two week of permits to be accepted in September, we should go over that mark, even if it is just by a few. With these twenty-eight new residential permits accepted, our total for the year so far is 280—the same amount we saw for last year’s total!
Of these twenty-eight new residential permits, two of them were on the South Shore, seven were on the North Shore, and nineteen were in the Mid-Island section of Staten Island. Here is a look at the new permit acceptances:
- Two two-family detached homes in Port Richmond
- One one-family detached home in Fort Wadsworth
- Three two-family detached homes in Fort Wadsworth
- One one-family detached home in New Brighton
- One two-family detached home in Oakwood
- Two one-family semi-detached homes in South Beach
- Six one-family semi-attached homes in Heartland Village
- Ten one-family attached homes in Heartland Village
- One two-family detached home in Huguenot
- One eight-family residence with a community facility in Great Kills
The home to be constructed in New Brighton will be within the Special Hillsides Preservation District. The homes to be constructed in Huguenot and Great Kills will be within the Special South Richmond Development District.