The Department of Buildings

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Upper West Side »

An engineer was arrested for falsifying a report and claiming the building's façade was safe.

Long Island City »

The plans were filed last month to turn the warehouse at 10-22 46th Ave. into a bowling alley.

East Village »

The owners have applied for demolition permits because they plan to develop the sites.

Kew Gardens »

The house, at 84-62 Beverly Road, was sold last month for $990,000.

Midtown »

The rear of 25 W. 38th St. collapsed at about 10:28 a.m., sources and witnesses said.

Crown Heights »

The 122,000-square-foot project on St. Johns Place will include space for the pharmacy, developers said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Vinny Zollo spent about four years in federal prison in the late 90s for racketeering. 

Brooklyn Heights »

A new report commissioned by Save the View found the Pierhouse blocks the view from the Promenade.

Lower East Side »

Cogswell Realty wants to remove the upper floors of one of the factory's buildings.

Lower East Side »

A developer has applied for a permit to build on sites that housed a Jewish burial society since 1901.

Chelsea »

Nearly 200 firefighters battled the West 17th Street blaze.

Rego Park »

A 7-story building is currently under construction at 97-30 64th Ave.

Midtown East »

The United Nations Apartment Hotel could be replaced by a new 3-story building, city records show.

Corona »

There were 13 kids and 14 adults living in a two-family Corona home until this week, the DOB said.

Morris Park »

The current cluster was first discovered on Sept. 21 in The Bronx, according to the Health Department.