"We're okay," he says.
There's a big new building going up on the site.
It was designed with crooked beams.
More than one-third decided to gut their place.
Don't plan any of your hot summer shindigs there just yet.
The café-market hybrid will open soon.
Free, air-conditioned Town Car rides to Madison Avenue? Yes, please!
It was the city's fault.
Not the bird, the big machine that lifts things.
And more from the upcoming Community Board agendas.
The city's construction workforce soon down to pre-Lewinsky levels!
This time it was a worker at a tower on 41st Street and Eleventh Avenue. It’s unclear why the scaffolding gave way, but the result was a deadly plunge of 40 stories.
A report is due out today citing seventeen to twenty causes for construction and planning setbacks.
Two are confirmed dead, and the Fire Department is pulling people from the wreckage now.
The embattled Department of Buildings makes moves to rein in the cranes.
Behold a timeline of high-rise accidents over the past few years in New York and what the Department of Buildings has done each time in response to make us all (slightly) safer.