Landlord claims damages by Tory Burch construction
The construction of Tory Burch’s new SoHo store has caused damages to the adjacent building. The next-door luxury rental building, considered a landmark, is owned by Herbert Moskowitz. The building has been standing for over 130 years at 153 Mercer Street, and Moskowitz reported that the drilling at the construction site next-door has caused damages to his building.
According to the New York Post, the Manhattan civil suit reported that the foundation had moved by half an inch, which caused the luxury building’s elevator to become unusable, as the interior doors would not close.
The landlord claimed that the Department of Buildings allowed him to take extreme measures for the sake of safety. Tory Burch denies all allegations and maintains that they only hire excellent service.
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