Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Update: Uptown Broadway Building

For those of you interested in the progress of the Uptown Broadway Building, it now appears that more headway is being made.

We walked past the site today and noticed that all of the scaffolding has been removed and the entire front portion of the building is now covered in black netting. If anyone knows what this is for, please let us now. We hope that at this rate, the building could be ready for occupants by the end of summer or early fall.

1 comment:

  1. Generally netting like that is put up when there is a concern that some "masonary" may fall down.

    However, it seems that all the tuckpointing and related restoration is done on that side of the building.

    My guess, to prevent the windows from being broken out.

    I may be wrong. Typically buildings under construction or being renovated are targets for vandals and rocks.