Showing posts with label stop work orders. Show all posts
Showing posts with label stop work orders. Show all posts

Monday, June 11, 2018

A Stop Work Order at 118 E. 1st St.

Back on Friday, workers slapped a Stop Work Order on the plywood at 118 E. First St. near Avenue A.

There was a meeting of the hard hats behind the plywood...

Eventually, the work order was rescinded...

... though the only work allowed for now is, per the paperwork, "emergency remedial work at rear exposure to install bracing."

There is a complaint on file with the DOB stating that the excavation work is causing an adjacent building to shake, and cracks have developed.

No. 118 will eventually yield a 9-story residential building with seven residences and a retail space. We had the first look at the rendering back on May 4.

Previously on EV Grieve:
118 E. 1st St. arrives on the market with so many possibilities, and air rights

118 E. 1st. St. will yield to a new 9-floor residential building

Demolition of 118 E. 1st St. begins to make way for 9-story residential building

Construction starts at 118 E. 1st St., future home of a 9-floor residential building

Here's what the new condoplex at 118 E. 1st St. will look like

Friday, September 28, 2012

A Stop Work order at Avenue A's incoming 7-Eleven

A tipster points us to the front door at 500 E. 11th St. at Avenue A, where workers erected a lot of plywood over the former bars here to build out for a 7-Eleven via developer/landlord Ben Shaoul.

In any event, the city served a Stop Work Order here dated Sept. 21 (but apparently served on Monday) for "BLDG CONSTRUCTION WORK BLOCKING SECONDARY MEANS OF EXIT."

Per the notice, the only work allowed here is to "cut access holes in the fence for fire escapes."

Previously on EV Grieve:
7-Eleven alert: Are 2 chain stores replacing Bar on A and Angels & Kings?

Monday, November 10, 2008

Stopping work at 123 Third Ave.

This past weekend, I noticed a "stop work order" had been slapped on the new bank/condo tower now under way on the southeast corner of 14th Street and Third Avenue.