200 Smith Street is going up! This site has a long history with illegal demolition, stop work orders, and general inactivity. The DOB lifted the stop work order last year and approved plans for a three-story residential building. A sign on the construction fence says work should wrap by June of next year.
SWO Lifted at 200 Smith Street [Brownstoner]
Stop Work Order for 200 Smith Street [Brownstoner]
200 Smith Street Torn Down [Brownstoner] GMAP DOB
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