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High Line project to finally get glass wall

The unfinished office project adjacent to the High Line at 450 West 14th Street should be getting its curtain-wall glass in a few weeks, the New York Post reported. The wall was slated to go up nearly three months ago, but the Department of Buildings issued a partial stop-work order for the site Aug. 3, due to the site’s lack of a sidewalk shed. The order stopped any work above 40 feet. A shed will go up this week, allowing work on the site to resume. Two of the 10 office floors in the building have been leased to fashion brand Helmut Lang, and leases are out on other floors, according to leasing agent Brian Waterman of Newmark Knight Frank.

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High Line project to finally get glass wall

The unfinished office project adjacent to the High Line at 450 West 14th Street should be getting its curtain-wall glass in a few weeks, the New York Post reported. The wall was slated to go up nearly three months ago, but the Department of Buildings issued a partial stop-work order for the site Aug. 3, due to the site’s lack of a sidewalk shed. The order stopped any work above 40 feet. A shed will go up this week, allowing work on the site to resume. Two of the 10 office floors in the building have been leased to fashion brand Helmut Lang, and leases are out on other floors, according to leasing agent Brian Waterman of Newmark Knight Frank.

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