Building & Landlord Data for 403 Smith Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231

Renter Risk Rating

Apartments at 403 Smith Street are more likely to have maintenance issues than 15% of NYC rentals.

Building Overview

Total units 10
Year built 1920
Total area 7560 sq ft
Floors 4
Tax Abatements None
Building Class Old Law Tenement
Code Violations


Class B & C

311 Calls



Bedbug Reports



Rat issues


Failed inspections

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This report includes data for these addresses

  • 1 4 Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231
  • 3 4 Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231
  • 403 Smith Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231

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Ownership & Management

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Role Name Address
Individual Owner joseph maggio 5 Fourth Street, Brooklyn NY 11231

Rent Stabilization

Year Built Units RGB registration Tax abatement
Built before 1974 More than 6 units Registered None found
Registered with the Rent Guidelines Board. Some or all units should be rent stabilized.
Source: Department of Buildings
Date Filed Number Category Status
10/28/2004 3143605 Failure to Maintain Closed

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Source: HPD
Status Date Category ID Type Status
Source: DOHMH/311
Date Type Description Status

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Source: HPD
Date Filed Date Abated Item Category Status
Date Number Respondent Description Status Penalty Balance Due
Source: HPD
Open Date Case Type Status Judgement Penalty Harassment found
Source: Department of Buildings
Effective Date Rescinded Date Reason Type Units
Source: HPD Emergency Repair Program
Date Created Type Description Charge
Source: Office of Administrative Trials & Hearings
Date Agency Respondent Charge Result Penalty Status
Source: Department of Finance
Tax Class Month Water Only
Source: HPD
Start Date Start Violations Discharge Date Status
Source: LPC
Issued Date Description Status Rescinded Date
Source: Department of Investigation (DOI)
Source: Department of Buildings
Creation Date Type Status Job
Source: Department of Buildings
Creation Date Status Description Job
Source: DOHMH
Inspection Date Type Result
Source: HPD
File Date Infested Units Eradicated Units Re-infested Units Filing Start Date Filing End Date
Source: Bureau of Fire Prevention
Violation Date Description Status Number
Source: Bureau of Fire Prevention
Last Visit Date Last Full Inspection Date Last Full Inspection Status Number
Source: Bureau of Fire Prevention
Certificate Type Holder Name Expiry Date Number
Source: Bureau of Fire Prevention
Siamese Sprinklers Sprinkler Type Open Violation Notices Open Violation Orders
Source: HPD
Name Role there Address Units Violations Reg. End Date
Source: Department of Finance
Sale Date Sale Price

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Source: DocketAlarm
Date Filed Case Title Court Link
Source: Google
Date Title Description Source

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