The number of buildings that have been damaged or lost to decay in New York City has surged from less than 1,000 in 2018 to more than 14,000 this year.
The city has had a total of 17,812 structures damaged or destroyed by natural and man-made causes in 2018, according to the New York Department of Buildings.
There were a total 15,067 structures that have suffered major structural damage.
The number of properties that have either been sold or are being rehabilitated has dropped to 4,074.
The number has declined to 3,091.
The buildings in New New York that have sustained major structural damages in 2018 are:The buildings that were damaged or demolished in 2018 include:The number that have experienced major structural changes in 2018 is the most at 13,879.
In total, New York has lost more than 20,000 properties from natural and human causes to decay since 1867.
The most recently documented natural disaster in the city occurred in May 2018, when a wildfire scorched nearly 40,000 acres.
That event was one of the most destructive wildfires in history, causing an estimated $14 billion in damages.