Rendering of the Sterling Equities condo development under construction at 345 Carroll StreetLightstone Group construction site near Bond Street between Carroll Street and Second Street. Between the toxic smells from the environmental remediation at 363-365 Bond Street, the idling trucks, and the pile driving, their lives have been greatly affected.
If that was not bad enough, residents now have to deal with construction right down the block at 345 Carroll Street where Sterling Equities is erecting a 32 -unit luxury condominium building.
A few days ago, pile driving has begun at the 345 Carroll Street site and neighboring buildings are shaking.
PMFA has received a few emails on the subject. This one is from Reader R, who writes :
"I was wondering if anyone had reached out to tell you about the insane noise and vibration being experienced by the work done at 345 Carroll Street.
I live up the road and my house is literately vibrating plus the noise is deafening. It sounds like they are driving piles into the ground.
Happy for you to mention this on the blog, I would like to see if others have had the same issue."
Two other residents in nearby buildings reported that yesterday, the shaking and pounding noise from pile driving was terrible.
If you live nearby, let us know if you are experiencing the same problems.