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City Council Pushing Law To Reduce Red Tape For New Building Openings

New York City is considering introducing a new law that would change the way owners of new developments and revamped buildings access their certificate of occupancy.

The bill is sponsored by Council Member Robert Cornegy, and it would pave the way for owners to access an interim certificate of occupancy for parts of properties where building is complete. The major difference would be that in some cases it would be used in place of a temporary certificate of occupancy and wouldn’t need renewal every three months, per TRD. The idea is to cut back on paperwork required, which would allow buildings to open in a more efficient manner.


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