New York Shuts Down Majority of Construction

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The Empire State Development Corp. (acting on behalf of Governor Cuomo) has frozen most construction in New York.

March 30, 2020
Laura Bourgeois LoBue & Matthew D. Stockwell - Gravel2Gavel Construction & Real Estate Law Blog

Due to pressure from construction workers, officials, and some construction workers having tested positive for COVID-19, the Empire State Development Corp. (acting on behalf of Governor Cuomo) has frozen all construction in New York today, with the exception of work on hospitals and health care facilities, transit facilities, roads and bridges, affordable housing and homeless shelters.

As a result, commercial construction and condominium projects are on hold, with the exception of work that must be completed to prevent unsafe conditions. Until now, construction has been considered “essential” in New York.

Reprinted courtesy of Laura Bourgeois LoBue, Pillsbury and Matthew D. Stockwell, Pillsbury
Ms. LoBue may be contacted at laura.lobue@pillsburylaw.com
Mr. Stockwell may be contacted at matthew.stockwell@pillsburylaw.com



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