In the New York Department of Buildings’ Weekly Statistical Report for the week beginning September 15th and ending September 21st, we saw seven more residential building permit acceptances.
With these seven new permits, we have surpassed September of 2012’s new residential permit acceptances and the new residential permit acceptances for the entirety of 2012. We now see that there have been thirty-six new residential building permits accepted for this past September, which brings out total for the year up to two hundred and eighty-seven. With a couple of weeks left in September for permit reports and three more full months until the year is over, we will most likely see the total permits accepted for 2013 close to three hundred.
Out of the seven new residential permits that were accepted this past week, five of them were for the South Shore, and two of them were for the Mid-Island section of Staten Island. Here is a look at the new permit acceptances:
- Four one-family semi-detached homes in Arden Heights
- One one-family detached home in Huguenot
- One one-family semi-attached home in Bulls Head
- One one-family attached home in Bulls Head
The homes to be constructed on the South Shore—in both Arden Heights and Huguenot—are a part of the Special South Richmond Development District.