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Class R Buildings – Condominiums

R0 – Special Condominium Billing Lot

Special Condominium Billing Lot

The R0 building class comprises buildings with condo units. While the buildings fall under the R0 property class, the condo units themselves fall under other R codes.

These condo buildings are most numerous in Brooklyn, where 47% of them can be found, followed by Manhattan (35%) and Queens (13%).

The top 5 neighborhoods where these buildings can be found are Borough Park (Brooklyn), SoHo / Tribeca / Civic Central / Little Italy (Manhattan), Hudson Yards / Chelsea / Flatiron / Union Square (Manhattan), West Village (Manhattan) and Bedford (Brooklyn).

R1 – Condo; Residential Unit In 2-10 Unit Bldg.

Condo; Residential Unit In 2-10 Unit Bldg.

The R1 building class comprises condo units in residential buildings that have 2 to 10 units. They are most popular in Brooklyn (61%), Manhattan (31%) and Queens (7%).

The neighborhoods where they can be found in their biggest numbers are SoHo / Tribeca / Civic Central / Little Italy (Manhattan), Park Slope (Brooklyn), Bedford (Brooklyn), East Williamsburg (Brooklyn) and Clinton Hill (Brooklyn).

R2 – Condo; Residential Unit In Walk-Up Bldg.

Condo; Residential Unit In Walk-Up Bldg.

The R2 building class consists of walk-up residential units. They are most numerous in Brooklyn (45%), Queens (32%) and Manhattan (13%).

The top 5 neighborhoods with the biggest numbers of R2 units are Steinway (Queens), Clinton Hill (Brooklyn), Park Slope (Brooklyn), Kew Gardens Hills (Queens) and Borough Park (Brooklyn).

R3 – Condo; Residential Unit In 1-3 Story Bldg.

Condo; Residential Unit In 1-3 Story Bldg.

The R3 building class comprises residential units in buildings that are 1-3 stories high. They are distributed relatively evenly in Staten Island, Brooklyn and Queens. These 3 boroughs account for 34%, 30% and 26% of them respectively. These units are not very common in Manhattan.

The neighborhoods with the biggest numbers of these buildings are Todt Hill / Emerson Hill / Heartland Village / Lighthouse Hill (Staten Island), Mariner’s Harbor / Arlington / Port Ivory / Graniteville (Staten Island), New Springville / Bloomfield / Travis (Staten Island), Fort Totten / Bay Terrace / Clearview (Queens) and Canarsie (Brooklyn).

R4 – Condo; Residential Unit In Elevator Bldg.

Condo; Residential Unit In Elevator Bldg.

The R4 building class comprises residential units that are common in high buildings. That’s why the majority of these units can be found in Manhattan (61%). It is followed by Brooklyn (15%) and Queens (13%).

The R4 building class is by far the most numerous in the R-class group, accounting for 65% of all buildings and units in this classification. Somewhat surprisingly, the neighborhood with the biggest number of these buildings is Parkchester in the Bronx. It is followed by 4 Manhattan neighborhoods: Lincoln Square, Battery Park City / Lower Manhattan, the Upper West Side and Turtle Bay / East Midtown.

R5 – Miscellaneous Commercial

Miscellaneous Commercial

The R5 building class is made up of commercial units and is common in Manhattan (36%), Brooklyn (33%) and Queens (27%).

R5 class properties are most numerous in Flushing (Queens), Midtown / Midtown South (Manhattan), SoHo / Tribeca / Civic Central / Little Italy (Manhattan), Lincoln Square (Manhattan) and North Side / South Side (Brooklyn).

R6 – Condo; Resid.Unit Of 1-3 Unit Bldg-Orig Class 1

Condo; Resid.Unit Of 1-3 Unit Bldg-Orig Class 1

The R6 building class comprises residential units in buildings that have 1 to 3 units. Most of these units can be found in Brooklyn (83%) and Manhattan (14%).

The neighborhoods where these units can be found most frequently are Borough Park (Brooklyn), Williamsburg (Brooklyn), Park Slope (Brooklyn), Carroll Gardens / Columbia / Red Hook (Brooklyn) and Clinton Hill (Brooklyn).

R7 – Condo; Comml.Unit Of 1-3 Unit Bldg-Orig Class 1

Condo; Comml.Unit Of 1-3 Unit Bldg-Orig Class 1

The units in the R7 building class are commercial units in buildings that are 1-3 stories high. They are not very common and most of them (29) are in Brooklyn, particularly in Borough Park and Williamsburg.

R8 – Condo; Comml.Unit Of 2-10 Unit Bldg.

Condo; Comml.Unit Of 2-10 Unit Bldg.

The R8 building class is made up of commercial units that can be found in residential buildings of 2-10 units. They can mostly be found in Manhattan (51%) and Brooklyn (39%).

The neighborhoods where they are present in the biggest numbers are SoHo / Tribeca / Civic Central / Little Italy (Manhattan), Hudson Yards / Chelsea / Flatiron / Union Square (Manhattan), West Village (Manhattan), Flushing (Queens) and Williamsburg (Brooklyn).

R9 – Co-Op Within A Condominium

Co-Op Within A Condominium

The R9 property class comprises condops. Condops are condominium coops. Most of them are in Manhattan (70%). 17% are in Brooklyn and 11% are in Queens.

The neighborhoods with the biggest numbers of these units are West Village, SoHo / Tribeca / Civic Central / Little Italy, the Upper East Side / Carnegie Hill, Hudson Yards / Chelsea / Flatiron / Union Square and Lenox Hill, all of them in Manhattan.

RA – Cultural, Medical, Educational, Etc.

Cultural, Medical, Educational, Etc.

The RA building class covers structures dedicated for cultural, medical, educational or other types of public use. Buildings in this class are most frequent in Manhattan (60% of city total), Brooklyn (20%) and Queens (18%).
The neighborhoods with the most RA class buildings are Kips Bay, Lincoln Square and Greenwich Village in Manhattan, Downtown Flushing in Queens, and Williamsburg in Brooklyn.

RB – Office Space

Office Space

The RB building class designates commercial units within residential condominium buildings, used as office space. Units classified as RB are most frequent in Manhattan (60% of city total), Queens (25%) and Brooklyn (12%).
The neighborhoods with the most RB class units are Downtown Flushing in Queens, Central Midtown, Chinatown, FiDi and Murray Hill in Manhattan.

RG Building Class

RG Indoor Parking

The RG building class designates units of indoor parking. Units classified as RG are most frequent in Brooklyn (46% of city total) and Queens (43%).
The neighborhoods with the most RG class units are Downtown Flushing, Murray Hill, South Astoria and Rego Park in Queens, and Williamsburg in Brooklyn.

RH - Hotel/Boatel

Hotel/Boatel

The RH building class covers hotels and boatels. Almost all buildings in this class are in Manhattan (99%), and the highest concentration can be found in the following neighborhoods: Hudson Square, Lincoln Square, the Theatre District, Central Midtown and Turtle Bay.

RK - Retail Space

Retail Space

The RK building class designates retail buildings and units in commercial or mixed-use buildings. The majority of buildings in this class are in Manhattan (67% of city total), while 17% can be found in Queens and 12% in Brooklyn.
The neighborhoods with the highest concentration of RK class buildings are Chelsea, Lenox Hill, TriBeCa and the Upper West Side in Manhattan, and Downtown Flushing in Queens.

RP - Outdoor Parking

Outdoor Parking

The RP building class designates units of outdoor parking. Units classified as RP are most frequent in Brooklyn (65% of city total) and Queens (31%).
The neighborhoods with the most RP class units are Coney Island, Gravesend, Sheepshead Bay and Brighton Beach in Brooklyn, and Downtown Flushing in Queens.

RR - Condo Rentals

Condo Rentals

The RR building class comprises rental condominiums. They can most frequently be found in Manhattan, in Midtown / Midtown South, Clinton, Battery Park City / Lower Manhattan and Lincoln Square, but also in the Bronx in Melrose South / Mott Haven North.

RS - Non-Business Storage Space

Non-Business Storage Space

The RS building class designates units of storage space destined for non-business use. Units classified as RS are most frequent in Manhattan (70% of city total) and Brooklyn (21%).
The neighborhoods with the most RS class units are all in Manhattan: Lincoln Square, Lenox Hill, Clinton – Hell’s Kitchen, Carnegie Hill and Yorkville.

RT - Terraces/Gardens/Cabanas

Terraces/Gardens/Cabanas

The RT building class designates various constructions in or around a main building. Units classified as RT are most frequent in Brooklyn (64% of city total) and Queens (26%).
The neighborhoods with the most RT class units are Williamsburg, Downtown Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights and Sheepshead Bay in Brooklyn, and Hunters Point in Queens.

RW - Warehouse/Factory/Industrial

Warehouse/Factory/Industrial

The RW building class designates commercial storage and industrial units in special condominium buildings. Units classified as RW are most frequent in Brooklyn (74% of city total) and Manhattan (24%).
The neighborhoods with the most RW class units are Williamsburg and Gowanus in Brooklyn, NoMad, Chinatown and Gramercy Park in Manhattan.

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