City Owned and Leased Properties, a downloadable spreadsheet and geodatabase that list city properties with types of uses, location and other information
The City Owned and Leased Properties (COLP) spreadsheet is the latest in the series of biennial documents required under Section 204 of the City Charter. It is produced in conjunction with the Citywide Statement of Needs and a map of uses on city owned and leased properties presented in ZoLa, DCP’s public facing zoning and land use mapping application.
The city and its related authorities own or lease a diverse inventory of over 17,000 properties with more than 18,000 uses. The City Owned and Leased Properties Spreadsheet is a comprehensive listing of city properties.
The City Owned and Leased Properties workbook is comprised of four spreadsheets – Sample Sheet with Field Definitions and Codes, COLP - City Owned and Leased Properties , Use Codes and Definitions and Agency Codes and Definitions.
The following information about each property is included in the spreadsheet:
Multiple uses may occur on the same tax lot; therefore a lot may appear more than once.
The inventory of city properties changes continually as the city acquires property for new or expanding facilities, or disposes of surplus properties. The use of a property may also change as needs within an agency shift or as one agency replaces another at a given site. For these reasons, the City Owned and Leased Properties spreadsheet represents a "snapshot-in-time" as of November 2018.
The City Owned and Leased Properties Spreadsheet has been produced from data in the Integrated Property Information System (IPIS), a real estate database maintained by the Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS).
The city owned and leased properties (COLP) layers are available as a spreadsheet and a geodatabase on the BYTES of the BIG APPLE.
In conjunction with the Citywide Statement of Needs and the City Owned and Leased Properties spreadsheet, DCP produces a spatial dataset of the city owned and leased properties (COLP), which reports at the tax lot level how the property is used and which agency occupies the tax lot. Uses on city owned and leased properties are grouped together into nine categories, which are available as separate layers: Office; Education; Cultural and Recreation; Public Safety and Criminal Justice; Health and Social Services; Maintenance, Storage & Infrastructure; Leased to a Private Tenant; Property with a Residential Use; and Property with No Use. There is also a thematic layer identifying all city owned and city leased properties.