The Hopper-Gibbons House's owner may go to court to fight ruling from city board.
The man suffered a head injury after falling off a scaffold at 475 Fifth Avenue, near 41st Street.
New York City issued a public notice Saturday alerting three homeowners they'd face losing their houses.
A two-story home at 176 St. Mary's Ave. is leaning toward its neighbor, officials said.
The collapse occurred at the construction site of a luxury high-rise Jan. 9, injuring seven workers.
Suzanne Hart's father is suing Transel Elevator and Electric and its employees over her death.
The West 188th Street building had violations for lead paint, blocked windows and locked fire escapes.
The 194-year-old building that suffered a partial collapse Wednesday has long sat in disrepair.
Authorities have long been concerned about 502 Canal St.'s deteriorating exterior.
The city has demolished the first homes on Staten Island that were damaged by Sandy on Monday.
The crane was trying to lift too much weight before it collapsed in Long Island City, officials said.
Lisa Micciulla-Roman will sue the city after a car plowed into her home, injuring her and her daughter.
No injuries were reported after the facade of 655 Sixth Ave. crumbled, authorities said.
Dozens of supporters argued to the Board of Standards and Appeals about the Hopper-Gibbons House.
The Buildings Department has issued violations for homes ruined by Hurricane Sandy.
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