Work resumes at 42-20 27th Street as stop work order lifted

The last time we checked in at 42-22 27th Street a/k/a 42-20 27th Street, former site of the Korea Times, was in October, when construction had stalled on the seventh floor.1 Worked stopped when six workers were injured followed a partial construction site collapse.2 The issues appear to be behind the site now, as work has resumed and a stop work order has been lifted as of December, as seen in the photos below.

Permits, first spotted by The Real Deal,3 were filed calling for 114,801 square feet of residential space and 20,304 square feet of commercial space with a total FAR of 5.54 which were approved in March.4 There will be 15 stories with 99 units. Permits were approved on June 4, 2015. Simon Dushinsky’s Rabsky Group is in charge of the project.

42-20 27th Street

A view of 42-20 27th Street

42-20 27th Street

A stop work order has been lifted at 42-20 27th Street

42-22 27th Street

Rendering for 42-22 27th Street

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