Mort Zuckerman’s Boston Properties has gotten the go-ahead from a judge to enter and begin shoring up a Joseph Moinian-owned building on West 54th Street, as part of Boston’s 1 million-square-foot Eighth Avenue office tower, called 250 West 55th Street. Moinian had refused Boston access to 241 West 54th Street, which it needs to reinforce so it can finish demolishing the building next door, No. 247. The two battling developers are due back in court on June 16 to argue over the underpinning of No. 241.
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