Friday, May 25, 2007

Fun With Construction Permits: Williamsburg Edition

Construction permits are supposed to be displayed so that they can be viewed. Technically, we supposed this can be viewed, either by a very, very tall person or by zooming in with your camera lens. This is 246 Bedford Avenue, which is on the block on which Quadriad Development would like to build a number of structures, including some high rises. Well, at least this one is current--all of the permits displayed on the building next door at 118 N. 4th Street that has been in slow-demolition mode since last year had expired on May 18.

Fun with Building Permits

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Blogger Chris Kreussling (Flatbush Gardener) said...

I've got another one: a teardown site at 496 Stratford Road in Ditmas Park West. They extended a 2x4 above the plywood barriers, and tacked the permits to the top of that. It's more than 8 feet above the sidewalk. It might be even higher than your example here.

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