Some sort of construction mishap on Dec. 5 "accidentally sent wet concrete oozing through a wall and into an NYU dorm next door," according to a report yesterday on DNAinfo. The ooze reportedly damaged the rooms of three students on the dorm's fourth floor. NYU has repaired the rooms, though the students have decided to stay for the time in their alternative housing.
As a result, per DNA:
The owner of the building leased by NYU for use as the Coral Towers dorms is seeking $1 million in damages from developer McArthur Morgan, LLC and a permanent end to construction at 133 Third Ave.
Maybe we can bring back that addendum to Jam Envelope & Paper?
[H/T Curbed ... above photo from two weeks ago]
Previously on EV Grieve:
Another high rise rising on 14th Street and Third Avenue