Emergency responders are on the scene at 301 E. 10th St. between Avenue A and Avenue B... where there's a report of an "unstable wall" in the building...
Manhattan *All Hands* Box 0452. 301 E 10th St, . Bn-6 using All Hands for an unstable wall in a 5 story 25x50. Buildings Dept & OEM requested.— NYCFireWire (@NYCFireWire) February 26, 2019
It's the building here with the sidewalk bridge...
Currently, 10th Street is closed off between Avenue A and Avenue B.
Will update when there's more to report. And thanks to Steven for these photos!
Updated 5:42 p.m.
Per NBC 4...
A number of buildings in the East Village were evacuated after a wall inside a townhouse partially collapsed, the FDNY said.
The department received a call reporting a partial wall collapse inside of 301 E. 10th St., across from Tompkins Square Park, at 3:36 p.m. Tuesday, it said.
Updated 9 p.m.
Public records show that No. 301, built in the late 19th Century by architect Joseph Trench, sold for $8 million in December 2016.
The buyer, listed as Kamo Associates LLC, were in the process of renovation the building. There are approved plans on file with the city for a "horizontal rear extension."
No. 301 is currently occupant free during the gut renovations.