To put it nicely, New York City can get pretty disgusting in the summer—hot, humid, and muggy. Air conditioning is practically a must, and woe on the tenant without it. If you’re unfortunate not enough to have air conditioning—or are thinking of replacing yours—be aware that some air conditioners will require a permit known as the “Equipment Use Permit” (EUP).
Normally, the Department of Buildings requests that if you want to renew a permit, you submit a PW2 Work Permit Application (PW2) at least two weeks the expiration date. However, it’s still possible to renew expired permits under certain conditions. As long as you have there has been active work on your project in the past two years since the permit expired, you can receive a renewal. However, regardless of whether you’re renewing an active or expired permit, certain situations require more information in order to be granted a renewal.
Owners of homes with underground floors frequently ask if it’s possible to build another bathroom there. The answer entirely depends on whether it’s a basement or cellar. More Info