Buildings in NYC

February 29, 2008 at 12:25 am Leave a comment

Getting Started

  • New York City Buildings: Research Guide
    Provides sources for finding info about NYC buildings. Please note that this is a guide from the Avery Architectural Library at Columbia University. For non-web resources, you’ll need to search BobCat to see if NYU owns a copy.
  • NYC Department of Buildings
    Contains statistics, codes, and other reference materials for buildings in NYC.
  • Jack Brause Real Estate Library
    Part of NYU, the library contains materials on all aspects of the real estate industry, from finance and investment, to development, management, and economics. Resources include industry forecasts, property ownership, zoning laws and maps, mortgage banking, retail leasing trends, real estate investment trusts, or even job hunting. Open to the public.
  • Dictionary of Architecture and Construction (NYU Reference 1 NA31 .H32 2000 Non-circulating)
    Provides definitions of terms.

Building Codes

Building Violations

Building Safety/Design Post 9/11

Information About a Contractor, Company, etc.

Finding articles

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This blog is intended to be a tool for sharing information resources with NYU Journalism students.

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Katy Boss
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