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

From the latest Construction Update: not much new, but more crane jumps (and continued small discrepancy re After-Hours Variances)

The latest Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park Construction Update (bottom), covering the two weeks beginning Monday, Nov. 15 (today), was circulated Friday Nov. 12 at 12:10 pm (lead time) by Empire State Development (ESD) after preparation by Greenland Forest City Partners.
 
There are only a few changes from the previous update. Notably, as the B12 & B13 towers rise, the sites on Dean Street will experience another crane jump--for the west tower (B13) on Wednesday, November 17 and for the east tower (B12) on Wednesday, November 24, 2021. 

Staging of trucks and equipment will occur on Pacific St. with no impact to traffic on Dean St. In the event of inclement weather, the Crane Jump may be performed during the following weekend or during a weeknight. Working hours would be from 6 pm to midnight during the week and 7 am to 3 pm during the weekend. 

Again, Con Ed may be on site to install interconnection feeder cables between vaults. Parking on Dean St. in front of the East Vault may be reduced by approximately five to six parking spaces while Con Ed completes this work.

After-hours work continues

Regarding after-hours work at B4 (18 Sixth Ave.), the Construction Update accurately lists weekday work 5 am to 10 pm, and Saturday work 9 am to 5 pm. There are no after-hours variance for Sunday, but work could potentially be from 9 am to 5 pm.

Regarding after-hours work at B15 (662 Pacific St.), the document accurately cites weekday work 6 am to 10 pm, Saturday work 9 am to 5 pm, and Sunday work 9 am to 5 pm.

Regarding after-hours work at B12 & B13, the document accurately states weekday work hours are 6 am to 6 pm. It also says "Saturday work from 9 AM – 5 PM will continue during this reporting period," though no permit for next Saturday has been issued yet.

This past Saturday's permit was from 9 am to 5:30 pm, as were several previous Saturdays, despite information to the contrary in the Construction Update. A small difference, but not unimportant. And they know better, because I've pointed it out.

Remember, such after-hours work allows the developers to meet their schedule. That takes priority over neighborhood impacts.
     

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