Before any construction project begins in New York City, an application must be submitted for review by the Department of Buildings to make sure that the plans are in compliance with Building Code. The majority of construction requires a Department of Buildings permit.
The reports below show the details for every job application filed with the Department of Buildings. We are gradually moving toward an electronic filing system called DOB NOW, which will eventually contain all job applications. Until that migration is complete, you will need to look at a few different datasets to see the full list of job applications.
DOB Job Applications January 2014 to Current (Open Data)
DOB NOW: Build Job Applications (Open Data)
DOB Certificate Of Occupancy(Open Data)
DOB Cellular Antenna Filings (Open Data)
DOB Sign Application Filings (Open Data)
Job Status and Permit Types (Glossary)
The reports below show permits issued by the Department of Buildings.
DOB NOW: Build – Approved Permits (Open Data)
DOB Permit Issuance (Open Data)
Historical DOB Permit Issuance (Open Data)
This report lists the sites across the five boroughs where we have identified that construction activity has come to a halt.