“There was cracking on the supporting corner column and on Riverside. Now they are repairing it. No need for fear, it is being fixed.
It also sounds like it’s a mix of minor-structural and cosmetic. Nothing to worry about. We are all just going nuts over that terrace collapse from last week. I love this building, so I am glad it’s getting some upgrades and beautification.
I never used Dr. Leo, but I hear he is a great Chiropractor. Are you wondering why his office is now in a trailer on Park Avenue? Well it’s for a very good reason. My source described ‘very thick wooden support beams recently being install to support the structure.’
Are we talking the full structure? Much like the recent-Hermine storm, its hard to forecast what potential damage could have happened, but work is getting done. Phew!
Along with those ‘corner band-aids’ in the above photo, there has been some controversy with this beautiful National Historic Building. Some of you might recall my past blogs:
- The cell tower controversy of 2013: [It’s a Bird…It’s a Plane…No, It’s a Cell Tower!]
- And the missing tower of 2014: [Granada Towers really does have only two towers now! WHAAT?]