Since the construction accident last fall work has moved steadily, but very slowly, at the Carlton Mews townhouse project. Not much has changed for the two buildings at left, the site of the accident. We assume there’s a good deal of structural work we’re not seeing, considering construction workers consistently show up to the site. At right most of the windows have gone in, but that isn’t much progress since September. It’s good to know this project isn’t totally dead, and we’re wondering when these homes will be ready to go on the market.
Major Building Collapse on Carlton Avenue [Brownstoner]
Windows Going in at Carlton Mews Townhouses [Brownstoner]
Carlton Mews Townhouses Top Out [Brownstoner]
Carlton Mews Townhouses Rising [Brownstoner] GMAP DOB
Permits Finally Approved for Carlton Mews [Brownstoner]
Carlton Avenue Mews Back in Focus [Brownstoner]
LPC Recap: Nay on 27 Cranberry; Carlton Mews on Track [Brownstoner]
The NEW Carlton Mews Revealed [Brownstoner]
Carlton Mews Sells Again [Brownstoner]
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