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Class V Buildings – Vacant Land

V0 – Zoned Residential; Not Manhattan

Zoned Residential; Not Manhattan

The V0 building class comprises vacant lots in residential zones, except Manhattan below 110th Street. Staten Island, with 33%, and Queens, with 31%, have the biggest shares of vacant lands in the V0 class. They are followed by Brooklyn (21%) and the Bronx (15%). Manhattan doesn’t have any properties in the V0 building class. This class has more vacant lots than any other, and accounts for 72% of V-class properties.

The neighborhoods with the biggest numbers of vacant lots in the V0 class are Eltingville / Annadale / Huguenot / Blue Heron Park / Wolfe’s Pond Park / Mount Loretto (Staten Island), South Beach / Old Town / Dongan Hills (Staten Island), Charleston / Richmond Valley / Tottenville (Staten Island), Hammels / Arverne / Edgemere (Queens) and East New York (Brooklyn).

V1 – Zoned Commercial Or Manhattan Residential

Zoned Commercial Or Manhattan Residential

The V1 building class consists of vacant lots in non-residential zones, including Manhattan below 110th Street. Vacant lands in this class are the second most numerous among all V-class properties. Brooklyn has 35% of these properties, followed by Queens (19%) and Manhattan (18%).

The neighborhoods with the biggest numbers of vacant lots in the V1 class are Charleston / Richmond Valley / Tottenville (Staten Island), Hunters Point / Sunnyside / West Maspeth (Queens), Bedford (Brooklyn), East Harlem North (Manhattan) and Ocean Hill (Brooklyn).

V2 – Zoned Commercial Adjacent To Class 1 Dwelling: Not Manhattan

Zoned Commercial Adjacent To Class 1 Dwelling: Not Manhattan

The V2 building class comprises vacant lands in areas that are adjacent to tax class 1 dwellings. 36% of them are in Brooklyn, 33% in Queens, 16% in Staten Island and 15% in the Bronx. There are no vacant lots in the V2 class in Manhattan.

The neighborhoods where these vacant lots are the most numerous are Schuylerville / Throgs Neck / Edgwater Park (the Bronx), Sheepshead Bay / Gerritsen Beach / Manhattan Beach (Brooklyn), East New York (Brooklyn) and Richmond Hill (Queens).

V3 – Zoned Primarily Residential; Not Manhattan

Zoned Primarily Residential; Not Manhattan

The V3 building class consists primarily of vacant lots that are in residential areas. 44% of them are in Brooklyn, 23% in Queens, 20% in Staten Island and 13% in the Bronx. There are no properties in the V3 class in Manhattan.

The neighborhoods with the biggest numbers of vacant lots in the V3 class are Great Kills (Staten Island), Crown Heights North (Brooklyn), Stapleton / Rosebank (Staten Island), Charleston / Richmond Valley / Tottenville (Staten Island), Hammels / Arverne / Edgemere (Queens) and Park Slope (Brooklyn).

V4 – Police or Fire Department

Police or Fire Department

The V4 building class consists of vacant lots that are adjacent to Police Departments or Fire Departments.

There are 18 properties in the V4 class in New York City. 6 are in the Bronx (all in Hunts Point), 4 are in Manhattan (all in Central Harlem North), 4 are in Brooklyn (3 in Sunset Park and 1 in Sea Gate / Coney Island), and finally, 4 are in in Queens (one in each of Hammels / Arverne / Edgemere, College Point, Forest Hills and Richmond Hill).

V5 – School Site or Yard

School Site or Yard

Vacant lots that are adjacent to schools or yards are all part of the V5 building class. Out of the total number of 35 properties in the V5 class, 20 are in Manhattan, 8 in Brooklyn, 3 in both Queens and the Bronx, and 1 is in Staten Island.

The neighborhoods with the biggest numbers of vacant lots in the V5 class are Manhattanville (Manhattan), East Harlem South (Manhattan), Gravesend (Brooklyn), East Village (Manhattan), Parkchester (the Bronx) and Kensington / Ocean Parkway (Brooklyn).

V6 Library, Hospitals or Museums

Library, Hospitals or Museums

The V6 building class comprises vacant lots that are adjacent to libraries, hospitals or museums. There are 11 of this type of property in New York City, 5 in Manhattan, 2 in both Queens and the Bronx, and 1 in both Brooklyn and Staten Island.

Inwood (Manhattan) with 4 and Pelham Parkway (the Bronx) with 2 are the only neighborhoods that have more than 1 vacant lot in the V6 class.

V7 – Port Authority Of New York And New Jersey

Port Authority Of New York And New Jersey

The V7 building class comprises vacant lots that belong to the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the bi-state authority that is in charge of most transportation facilities that are part of the Port of New York and New Jersey.

Most of these properties are in Staten Island (68%) and Manhattan (18%). The neighborhoods that have the biggest numbers of vacant lots in the V7 class are New Springville / Bloomfield / Travis and Mariners Harbor / Arlington / Port Ivory / Graniteville, both in Staten Island.

V8 – New York State or Us Government

New York State or Us Government

The V8 building class consists of vacant lots owned by the State of New York or the U.S. Government. The majority of these vacant lands are in Staten Island (76%) and Queens (15%).

The neighborhood that has the biggest number of vacant lots is Charleston / Richmond Valley / Tottenville (Staten Island), followed by Middle Village (Queens), Stapleton / Rosebank (Staten Island), New Springville / Bloomfield / Travis (Staten Island) and Mariners Harbor / Arlington / Port Ivory / Graniteville (Staten Island).

V9 – Miscellaneous Vacant Land

Miscellaneous Vacant Land

Miscellaneous vacant lots are part of the V9 building class. There are between 200 and 300 of these properties in each of the 5 boroughs, with most in Queens and Staten Island.

The neighborhoods with the biggest numbers of vacant lots in the V9 class are Eltingville / Annadale / Huguenot / Blue Heron Park / Wolfe’s Pond Park / Mount Loretto (Staten Island), Charleston / Richmond Valley / Tottenville (Staten Island), College Point (Queens), Carroll Gardens / Columbia / RedHook (Brooklyn) and East New York (Brooklyn).

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