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Troubled 12-Story Delancey Bridge Tower Is Finally Rising

A stalled project by less-than-stellar architect Michael Kang is stalled no more. Bowery Boogie reports that the 12-story Delancey Bridge Tower, located at 210 Delancey Street near Pitt Street, is active and rising, after running into troubles last summer that caused the Department of Buildings to issue a Stop Work Order. Records with the DOB show that two partial Stop Work Orders still exist on the property (the most recent one was issued just last month), but "safety work" and "structural steel erection and delivery" are still allowed. The SWOs forbid masonry work, construction of balconies, and order TR-1 (technical report statement of responsibility) field reports to be filed. There are a few other complaints filed against the site, including a violation for not having a safety manager present and a tripping hazard, as plywood was stacked on the public sidewalk. The building's structure currently sits at about four stories, and when it's complete, it will have 69 apartments.

· 'Delancey Bridge Tower' Project Reactivates, Reaches 4 Stories [Bowery Boogie]
· 210 Delancey Street coverage [Curbed]