In the latest Weekly Statistical Report from the New York City Department of Buildings, twenty-one new residential building permits were accepted for Staten Island between October 13th and October 19th.
With these new residential building permit acceptances, there are now forty-five permit acceptances in October so far. We still have another two weeks until we get a final number for the overall month, but we have already surpassed last October’s permit acceptances. The new total for residential building permits accepted through the entire year so far is three hundred and fifty-three. With the rest of October, November, and December, we may see at least one hundred more permit acceptances than what we saw last year.
Of the twenty-one new residential permit acceptances, two of them are for the North Shore, fifteen are for the Mid-Island section of Staten Island, and four are for the South Shore. Here is a look at where the new residences will be constructed:
- Two one-family detached homes in Westerleigh
- Nine one-family attached homes in Bulls Head
- Four two-family semi-attached homes in Bulls Head
- Two one-family semi-attached homes in Bulls Head
- Two two-family detached homes in Annadale
- One one-family detached home in Annadale
- One two-family detached home in Prince’s Bay
The homes to be built on the south Shore of Staten Island are all a part of the Special South Richmond Development District.