ABN’s 19 Park Place in FiDi hit with stop-work order

Complaint about dangling pole now resolved

New York /
Apr.April 06, 2015 04:10 PM

ABN Realty’s condominium project at 19 Park Place was hit with a full stop-work order over the weekend, after the police were called to inspect a pole hanging from safety netting at the Financial District site.

The Department of Buildings hit the project with the order on April 4, according to Curbed. While the order was subsequently resolved and is no longer active, a partial stop-work order against the site from October due to missing safety netting is still active, according to the DOB’s website, which also shows a string of other complaints related to the project.

The development, designed by architect Ismael Leyva, was previously known as Tribeca Royale and was slated for completion last year. The 21-story building will contain 24 units and is notable for its narrow façade. [Curbed] — Rey Mashayekhi

 

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