Brooklyn and Queens led the city in new building permits during the second quarter of the year, according to city data. Manhattan came in dead last.
The city's Department of Buildings approved more than 750 new building permits in Brooklyn over the second quarter of the year, according to the agency's Construction Dashboard. Queens saw the second most activity with 614 new building permits. The city approved more than 400 permits on Staten Island, which was roughly double the numbers of Manhattan and the Bronx, where a single building permit could yield more units than Staten Island's quarterly total.
The new building permits were concentrated in Williamsburg, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Flushing and the southern third of Staten Island—locations that were largely consistent with activity throughout 2017.
Thursday, July 12, 2018
Queens now outpacing Manhattan in building permits
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:59 AM
Labels: building permits, Department of Buildings, Flushing
Permits to build more saturated crap. just at downtown flushing and the Queens Boro Plaza areas. it's disgusting !!
Yep, more crap building while the city does nothing to improve infrastructures or subways.
Crap, is there any place left in the city that is safe from this
the city does nothing to improve infrastructures or subways.
but we're getting more bike lanes, that'll fix it!
"because if it's good for families, it's good for Queens" Hmmm . Who keeps saying that ?
Are you surprised? Queens is an undeveloped asset to rapacious builders.
Soon there will be no good nabes left in Queens UNLESS you've got money to live in the northeast or Forest Hills Gardens.
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