It's been over a year since the
visigoths developers responsible for tearing down St. George's Church at 109 Gold Street to make way for a seven-story, 33-unit residential building received their building permits from the Department of Buildings. Only in the past couple of weeks have the cinderblock walls of the building's first floor become visible over the top of the plywood fence. As we mentioned when we checked in back in February, the one potentially saving grace about the project is that the developers have sprung for the architectural services of Kutnicki Bernstein.
Development Watch: 109 Gold Street Revisited [Brownstoner]
Development Watch: 109 Gold Street [Brownstoner] GMAP
The Destruction of St. George's Church Continues Apace [Brownstoner] P*Shark
St. George's Demo Halted, But the Damage Is Done [Brownstoner] DOB
Development Watch: Glacial Pace at 109 Gold
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