- Problems Associated With Landmark
- Preservation Complaints
- Landmarks Preservation Commission
- Landmark Complaints
- Complaint Problems
- Landmark Complaint Database
- Landmark Violation
- Landmark Registered Complaints
- LPC Complaints
Landmarks Complaint Log
This dataset Landmarks Complaint Log contains the information related to designated landmark violation complaints received by the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC).
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The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) is the largest municipal preservation agency in the nation. It is responsible for protecting New York City’s architecturally, historically, and culturally significant buildings and sites by granting them landmark or historic district status, and regulating them after designation.
The agency is comprised of a panel of 11 commissioners who are appointed by the Mayor and supported by a staff of approximately 80 preservationists, researchers, architects, historians, attorneys, archaeologists, and administrative employees.
There are more than 36,000 landmark properties in New York City, most of which are located in 141 historic districts and historic district extensions in all five boroughs. The total number of protected sites also includes 1,405 individual landmarks, 120 interior landmarks, and 10 scenic landmarks.
The Commission receives approximately 800 complaints annually. Every complaint is investigated. Complaints may be submitted by calling LPC or by submitting a complaint form.
When a complaint is received, enforcement staff often visits the property to assess and document possible illegal conditions. Staff then reviews historic photographs and relevant records to determine if violations exist. Staff members also investigate reports of buildings in disrepair and may take enforcement action if an owner has failed to maintain his or her landmark in good repair.
The agency also receives complaints through the 311 system and City complaint portal but please consider contacting the LPC Enforcement staff directly for more detailed information.
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|Complaint_Number||Unique identifier assigned to the complaint registered||string||-|
|Complaint_Date||Date when complaint was filed||date||-|
|House_Number||House Number for which complaint was reported||string||-|
|Street_Name||Street Name for which complaint was reported||string||-|
|Borough||Borough Name (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, Staten Island)||string||-|
|ZIP_Code||ZIP Code of the complaint address||integer||level : Nominal|
|Work_Reported||Type of complaint or work which was reported in complaint||string||-|
|Is_Status||Status of the complaint (0=Open and 1=Closed)||boolean||-|
|Latitude||Latitude of the address||number||-|
|Longitude||Longitude of the address||number||-|
|Community_Board||Community Board Number||string||-|
|Council_District||Council District Number||integer||level : Nominal|
|NTA||Notice to Appear||string||-|
|Complaint Number||Complaint Date||House Number||Street Name||Borough||ZIP Code||District||Work Reported||Is Status||Latitude||Longitude||Community Board||Council District||NTA|
|CMP-15-00003||2014-07-01||131||East 65th Street||Manhattan||1400||113||Construction of rear yard addition without permits; photographs with complaint file||False||40.76613982||-73.96579132||MN-8||4||Upper East Side-Carnegie Hill|
|CMP-15-00002||2014-07-01||1156||Dean Street||Brooklyn||1212||24||Painting front walls||False||40.67694367||-73.95129007||BK-8||36||Crown Heights North|
|CMP-15-00001||2014-07-01||180||10th Avenue||Manhattan||718||7502||Installation of bar on patio||False||40.74621518||-74.00522937||MN-4||3||Hudson Yards-Chelsea-Flatiron-Union Square|
|CMP-15-00004||2014-07-01||93||St. Johns Place||Brooklyn||945||77||work being done; working on building faÃ§ade||False||40.67720674||-73.97602169||BK-6||39||Park Slope-Gowanus|
|CMP-15-00005||2014-07-01||903||Sterling Place||Brooklyn||1241||58||painting base of building without permits||False||40.67245484||-73.94872661||BK-8||36||Crown Heights North|
|CMP-15-00006||2014-07-03||466||Broome Street||Manhattan||485||40||Installation illumination at periphery of window||False||40.72247043||-74.00121218||MN-2||1||SoHo-TriBeCa-Civic Center-Little Italy|
|CMP-15-00008||2014-07-07||568||Hancock Street||Brooklyn||1660||38||Stuccoing over bay, windows in noncompliance, cornice in noncompliance||False||40.68448807||-73.93297525||BK-3||36||Stuyvesant Heights|
|CMP-15-00007||2014-07-07||369||Greenwich Street||Manhattan||181||13||installation of platform at sidewalk cafÃ©||False||40.71935193||-74.01029941||MN-1||1||SoHo-TriBeCa-Civic Center-Little Italy|
|CMP-15-00009||2014-07-07||71||West 12th Street||Manhattan||576||76||Interior demolition without permits||False||40.73581815||-73.99727206||MN-2||3||West Village|
|CMP-15-00013||2014-07-08||113||St. Johns Place||Brooklyn||945||68||Jackhammering front steps||False||40.67703922||-73.97559273||BK-6||39||Park Slope-Gowanus|