NYC Residential Property Development Checklist

NYC Residential Property Development Checklist

  NYC Residential Property Development Checklist   Property Survey Environmental Site Assessment Easements Deed Restrictions Previous Air Rights Deals Grandfathered Conditions Landmark Violations Underlying Zoning District Commercial Overlay Special Zoning...
Kitchen vs Kitchenette

Kitchen vs Kitchenette

  A Kitchen is a room for cooking and preparing food that is 80 square feet or more and a kitchenette is under 80 square feet according to the New York City Building Code. There are different code requirements for kitchens and kitchenettes.   Kitchen VS...
Bedroom Codes NYC Habitable Space

Bedroom Codes NYC Habitable Space

The New York City Building Code and the New York State Multiple Dwelling Law set standards for habitable room requirements including: room sizes, window requirements, egress, and relationship to other spaces within the dwelling unit. Habitable Spaces cover Kitchen,...
Bathroom Renovation Codes NYC

Bathroom Renovation Codes NYC

  A bathroom in a multifamily building must comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act and be an accessible bathroom if the apartment is in an elevator building or on the ground floor of a walk up building. A bathroom renovation in NYC most likely will need...
Combining Townhouses NYC

Combining Townhouses NYC

You can combine two adjacent townhouses in New York City. Combining Townhouses is an involved process requiring applications from many City Agencies including DOB Alt 1 filing a DOF Lot Merger, and multiple other filings dependent on individual circumstances.  ...

Condo Conversion NYC

Multifamily Residential buildings must be file with the State Attorney General to achieve Co-Op or Condominium status. the documents for a Co-Op or Condo Conversion are called an Offering Plan.   Condo Conversion NYC   Condo Conversion Process NYC Develop...