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Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park graphic: what's built/what's coming + FAQ (pinned post)

From the latest Construction Update: B12/B13 (again) may start; progress at B4; after-hours work ends at railyard

The latest Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Construction Update (bottom), covering the two weeks beginning Monday, 7/27/20, was circulated Friday, 7/24/20 at 5:10 pm (lead time) by Empire State Development (ESD) after preparation by Greenland Forest City Partners.

Judging from the text highlighted in in red in the document below, the only possible new work (compared with the previous update) cited is excavation and foundation work for the B12 (615 Dean) and B13 (595 Dean) towers, which would include "oversized equipment (i.e. drill rigs, excavators, etc.) during early morning hours."

Note that such excavation and foundation work was noted in the two previous two-week updates as expected to commence.

Progress at B4

At the B4 tower (18 Sixth Avenue), which is rising steadily, the document indicates a new phase of work:
Mechanical trades are installing materials / systems up the building as the work progresses. Layout and construction of floors continues, and work on the exterior facade will commence with masonry and carpentry trades working in tandem.
After-hours work

After-hours work--to enable social distancing, we learned--continues at both the B4 (18 Sixth) and B15 (37 Sixth) towers, until 7 pm daily and Saturdays 8 am to 5 pm.

Night and weekend work, however, no longer continues at the Vanderbilt Yard. (The Construction Update marks new work, but does not indicate when certain work has stopped, but that can be discerned by looking at the previous document.)

At the recent Quality of Life meeting, developer Greenland Forest City Partners indicated that work at the railyard had nearly reached Substantial Completion.





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