Unsafe Balcony Buildings Identified: Main Offenders Are Upper East Side and the Bronx
Earlier this week we found out that the Department of Buildings had declared balconies unsafe in 16 apartment buildings in New York City, following the death of a 24-year-old man who fell from a balcony on 39th Street due to a broken railing.
The actual building addresses have now been released, which should make you breathe a sigh of relief if you live in a balconied building that is not listed here, and should make you stay inside until the balconies are checked if you do.
Because in terms of ways to die, falling from a 24th floor building when you just stepped out to enjoy the skyline and a hot cup of coffee is really pretty awful.
PS: Brooklyn, your balconies rock.
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Manhattan 330 East 39 Street 1675 York Avenue 201 West 70 Street 300 East 75 Street 1365 York Avenue
Bronx 900 Baychester Avenue 900 Co-op City Boulevard 150 Dreiser Loop 100 Darrow Place 140 DeKruif Place 100 DeKruif Place 120 Dekruif Place
Queens 133-24 Sanford Avenue 41-40 Union Street
Staten Island 165 St Marks Place 185 St Marks
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