The Department of Buildings

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Bed-Stuy »

The landlord of 94 Franklin Ave. is illegally constructing a building in the backyard, city says.

Gramercy »

The Department of Buildings is planning to hit the school with a violation for lacking a valid permit.

Tottenville »

The building at 203 Main St. has been empty since it was built in 2006.

Corona »

Inspectors from the Department of Buildings issued 630 vacate orders in 2015.

Washington Heights »

LargaVista Companies is hoping to redevelop 4566 Broadway to include 117 apartments.

Bushwick »

The worker's leg was buried during the dig, according to the site manager.

Midtown »

They were trapped outside the Marriott Central Park Hotel at 1717 Broadway, officials said.

Central Harlem »

The owner of the three buildings filed demolition permits in February, records show.

East Harlem »

The city has given 329 Pleasant Ave. five stop work orders since they began construction late in 2014.

Forest Hills »

Local residents started an online petition against the project.

Long Island City »

The City View Tower, at 23-15 44th Dr., would stand 79 stories high and contain 774 apartments.

Jamaica »

The project would bring 380 apartment units to the neighborhood. 

TriBeCa »

The city has tightened restrictions on crane projects over the last decade, but are they tough enough?

TriBeCa »

Czech Republic-born mathematician David Wichs was killed in the collapse, reports said.

Forest Hills »

The new seven-story, mixed-use building is slated to replace two homes on 72nd Road.