Building & Landlord Data for 1245 36th St, Brooklyn, NY

Renter Risk Rating
96%

96% chance of no major maintenance issues next year

Low Risk Building

No major maintenance issues predicted.

Apartments at 1245 36th St, Brooklyn are more likely to have maintenance issues than 66% of NYC rentals.

Building Overview
Source: HPD & RGB
Total units 6
Year built 1931
Rent Stabilized Units None
Floors 3
Tax Abatements None
Building Class New Law Tenement

Code Violations

Class B
2
Class C
0

Complaints

311 complaints
1

Rodents

Rats/problems
0

Ownership & Management

Registration valid until 09/01/2021
Role Name Address
Corporate Owner 1245 36Th St Llc po Box 350-169, Brooklyn NY 11235
Head Officer Jay Loffler 1332 43 Street, Brooklyn NY 11219
Agent Jay Loffler 1332 43 Street, Brooklyn NY 11219

Building records

Source: HPD
Date Filed Date Abated Item Category Status
04/06/21 (a) Ï¿½ Hmc:file Annual Bedbug Report In Accordance With Hpd Rule As Described On The Back Of This Notice Of Violation Or As Described On Hpd?s Website, Www.nyc.gov\hpd, Search Bed Bugs. A Nov Sent Out
10/24/14 03/02/15 Section 27-2005 Adm Code Properly Repair With Similar Material The Broken Or Defective Sagging Concrete Floor By Approximately 3 Inch From South To North Wall At Public Hall, 1st Story B Violation Dismissed
10/24/14 03/02/15 Section 27-2005 Adm Code Fire Escape Defective. Adjust The Dropladder So That It Will Slide Easily In The Guide Rods At Front At Fire Escape B Violation Dismissed
Date Number Respondent Description Status Penalty Balance Due
Source: Department of Buildings
Date Filed Number Category Status
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Source: HPD
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Source: DOHMH/311
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Source: HPD
Open Date Case Type Status Judgement Penalty Harassment found
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Source: Department of Buildings
Effective Date Rescinded Date Reason Type Units
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Source: HPD Emergency Repair Program
Date Created Type Description Charge
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Source: Office of Administrative Trials & Hearings
Date Agency Respondent Charge Result Penalty Status
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Source: Department of Finance
Tax Class Month Water Only
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Source: HPD
Start Date Start Violations Discharge Date Status
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Source: LPC
Issued Date Description Status Rescinded Date
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Source: Department of Finance
Date
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Source: Department of Buildings
Creation Date Type Status Job
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Source: Department of Buildings
Creation Date Status Description Job
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Source: DOHMH
Inspection Date Type Result
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Source: HPD
File Date Infested Units Eradicated Units Re-infested Units Filing Start Date Filing End Date
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Source: HPD
Name Role there Address Units Violations Reg. End Date
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Source: Department of Finance
Sale Date Sale Price
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