HELP PROTECT OUR SKYLINE
If a product costs less to make, you should pay less for it. So how would you feel about paying a Cadillac price for a Kia?
You’d be outraged. Well, that overpay scenario may be happening every day to purchasers of high-rise real estate in New York City. Here's a look at why that matters.
As of 2019 construction is New York City’s most deadly occupation, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That includes policing and firefighting.
How did we get here?
The Deadliest Job in New York City: Construction Worker
When developers choose non-union, it hurts more than the building
The Leaning Tower of Pizzarotti
It matters who you hire.
The most experienced, best quality work crews in New York City belong to its best-in-the-world construction unions. Developers who shun them do so at their own peril. Here’s just one more very expensive case study to prove that point: The Seaside Condominiums, also known as “The Leaning Tower of Pizzarotti.”
The 58-story high-rise condominium in New York’s seaport district being put up by general contractor Pizzarotti IBC, LLC — who chose to hire non-union — is leaning to the north.
Buildings aren’t supposed to lean.
Find Out If Your High-Rise Is Union-Built
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