On the afternoon of April 3, the DOB issued a Stop Work Order at 331 E. Sixth St., the future six-floor home of David Schwimmer. (DNAinfo reported that a piece of debris "caromed off a scaffold" and struck a passerby, who EMTs took to Bellevue with a minor arm injury.)
And now, 10 work days later... there's still no sign of the full work crew as of this morning. According to the DOB website, the city lifted the Stop Work Order to allow workers to address the specific problems — "missing guardrails, openings at egress, housekeeping, and interior scaffold no permits."
In recent days, we've spotted two or three workers at the site to take care of these issues.
The DOB website notes that there are seven open violations/non-compliance issues at the address.
In any event, you can see that the construction site looks more secure.
On April 4. the morning after the city issued the Stop Work Order:
Not that residents miss the construction. Back in January, one neighbor called the work "insanely noisy."