Elevator Co-op; Conversion From Loft/Warehouse
The D0 class comprises coop elevator apartment buildings that were converted from lofts or warehouses.
The vast majority of them (98%) are located in Manhattan, especially in SoHo / Tribeca / Civic Central / Little Italy, Hudson Yards / Chelsea / Flatiron / Union Square and West Village.
Elevator Apt; Semi-fireproof (Without Stores)
The D1 class comprises elevator apartment buildings that are semi-fireproof and without stores. They can be found in all 5 boroughs, especially in Brooklyn (34%), the Bronx (29%) and Manhattan (21%). They are the most numerous buildings among all class D properties.
The neighborhoods where these properties can be found in the greatest numbers are Flatbush (Brooklyn), Prospect / Lefferts Gardens / Wingate (Brooklyn), Washington Heights South (Manhattan), Bedford Park / Fordham North (the Bronx) and Hamilton Heights (Manhattan).
Elevator Apt; Artists in Residence
There are 74 buildings in the D2 class in New York City. 54 are in Manhattan, 19 in Brooklyn and 1 in Queens. They are former industrial lofts transformed into residential buildings according to the “artist in residence” law. The law states that each occupied apartment should be inhabited by a certified artist.
Most of these buildings in NYC can be found in Soho / Tribeca / Civic Central / Little Italy and the West Village, and on the Upper West Side, Upper East Side and North Side.
Elevator Apt; Fireproof (Standard Construction Without Stores)
The D3 class consists of elevator apartment buildings that are fireproof and don’t have stores. They can be encountered most frequently in Manhattan, where almost half of them are situated (47%), followed by Brooklyn (20%) and the Bronx (17%).
The top 5 neighborhoods where these buildings are located are Upper West Side, Morningside Heights, Lower East Side, Central Harlem North and East Harlem North, all in Manhattan.
The D4 building class comprises elevator buildings with coops, other than condominiums. They are the second most numerous buildings from all D building classes. Over half of them (54%) are in Manhattan, 20% in Queens and 18% in Brooklyn.
The neighborhoods where they are the most popular are Upper East Side / Carnegie Hill (Manhattan), Upper West Side (Manhattan), Forest Hills (Queens), Turtle Bay / East Midtown (Manhattan) and Yorkville (Manhattan).
Elevator Apt; Converted
The D5 building class comprises converted elevator apartments. Over half of them are in Manhattan (52%), with 25% in the Bronx and 20% in Brooklyn.
They can be found in the biggest numbers in West Village (Manhattan), University Heights / Morris Heights (the Bronx), Hunts Point (the Bronx), SoHo / Tribeca / Civic Central / Little Italy (Manhattan) and Longwood (the Bronx).
Elevator Apt; Fireproof – With Stores
The D6 class consists of fireproof elevator apartment buildings that have stores. A great majority of them, 78%, are in Manhattan, 9% are in Queens and 7% in Brooklyn.
Top 5 neighborhoods where they are the most popular all in Manhattan: the Upper West Side, Upper East Side / Carnegie Hill, Yorkville, Lenox Hill and Hudson Yards / Chelsea / Flatiron / Union Square.
Elevator Apt; Semi-Fireproof With Stores
The D7 building class consists of semi-fireproof elevator apartments with stores. 43% of these buildings are in Manhattan, 25% in the Bronx and 19% in Brooklyn.
The 5 neighborhoods with the biggest numbers of properties in the D7 class are Washington Heights South (Manhattan), Washington Heights North (Manhattan), Upper West Side (Manhattan), Hamilton Heights (Manhattan) and East Concourse (the Bronx).
Elevator Apt; Luxury Type
The D8 building class is made up of luxury elevator apartment buildings that can mostly be found in Manhattan.
They are most numerous in Battery Park City / Lower Manhattan, Hudson Yards / Chelsea / Flatiron / Union Square, Turtle Bay / East Midtown, West Village (all in Manhattan) and in Hunters Point / Sunnyside / West Maspeth Queens.
Elevator Apt; Miscellaneous
Other types of elevator apartments that can not be classified in any of the classes from D0 to D8 are part of the D9 building class. As is the case with the great majority of other D building classes, these properties can mostly be found in Manhattan (68%). The borough that comes second is Brooklyn, with 21%.
The top neighborhoods where these buildings can be found are the Upper West Side, Murray Hill / Kips Bay, Upper East Side / Carnegie Hill, Lenox Hill and Gramercy, all of them in Manhattan.
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