Monday, September 24, 2018
Protection for pedestrians arrives at 75 1st Ave.
It appears that workers will be ready to kick the tires and light the fires again at 75 First Ave., where the site of an incoming condoplex has been dormant since January.
This past Friday, a crew finished erecting a more substantial sidewalk bridge here between Fourth Street and Fifth Street...
On Jan. 12, the city served up a full stop work order on the site. The DOB complaint noted "no protection for pedestrians."
Here's what the construction looked like at the time of the stop work order...
Sales had already commenced here in August 2017 for the 8-floor, 22-unit condoplex. The four units on the market are asking between $1.79 million and $2.25 million.
The foundation work dates back to October 2016.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Developer: A shorter building in the works now for 75 First Avenue
High-rise for 75 First Avenue back in play
Long-stalled First Avenue site now has a brand-new rendering
Report: Long-dormant 1st Avenue development site changes hands
Plywood report and the future of 75 1st Ave. (Spoiler: condos)
Sales underway for Rite Aid-adjacent condoplex on 1st Avenue