It appears the Stop Work Order has been lifted at 200 Smith Street, the lot on the corner of Baltic where the DOB put the kibosh on contractor activity last December. At the time, 200 Smith’s owner demolished the building that was on the lot despite the fact that the work permit was for the “proposed horizontal enlargement at 3rd floor.” Construction has been at a standstill since. DOB records aren’t showing any recent permits but all previous violations have been resolved. No word on what kind of development is planned, though.
Stop Work Order for 200 Smith Street [Brownstoner]
200 Smith Street Torn Down [Brownstoner] GMAP DOB
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