No permit for fence construction — stop work order issued by NYC

If you’re wondering why the new fence on Grand Street has been sitting half-built since it first popped up three weeks ago, the answer can be found on the website for NYC’s Department of Buildings:

It turns out that management neglected to get a building permit. From the DOB website:

REAR OF BUILDING AT GRAND STREET OBSERVED CONSTRUCTION WORK GOING ON TO INSTALL NEW METAL FENCE WITHOUT PERMIT – APPX 9 FT H BY 70 FT TOTAL LENGTH – APPX 70% OF WORK DONE WITHOUT PERMIT

Furthermore, the DOB site states that this property “may be subject to DOB civil penalties upon application for a permit.”

  • Luke Dohner

    So the co-op will be fined for this also? Is anyone in charge?