From the Daily News:
Investigators hunting for building violations can start with a tour of city buildings - including the one where they work.
One Police Plaza and the Manhattan Criminal Court have about 100 infractions apiece - and the Department of Buildings headquarters is plagued with nearly two dozen, a Daily News review of municipal records shows.
Even Gracie Mansion, the mayor's ceremonial residence on the East River, has a slew of violations linked mostly to unfiled paperwork.
Although most of the violations at city buildings posed no immediate threat, they highlight a seemingly lackadaisical - and hypocritical - approach to enforcement.
Building inspectors cited their own building for 20 infractions. The open citations include cracked facades and inadequate fire-prevention measures.