This is rather unusual, because the city's GIS tells us that a BBL + BIN are available -- hence, this must be a valid tax lot. A small number of city property records do have broken identifiers (especially BINs) in some databases, though, so that would be the most likely reason the lookup failed.
|registration id||contact id||contact name||contact type||description||corporate name||business address|
|NNNNNN||NNNNNNNN||J. Pierremont Flathead||Head Officer||CONDO||Alternative Tentacles||666 5th Ave, New York, NY 11111|
Nonetheless, many owners are still not in compliance with this law: by one estimate, only 23 percent of residential properties are in compliance, city-wide. Typically the those buildings not in compliance have 3 units or less; for buildngs with 4 or more units, the compliance rate exceeds 50%, and exceeds 80% for buildings with 50 units or more.