A Manhattan building owner was time barred from claiming developers of an adjacent, taller building had an obligation to pay for its new chimney, the Appellate Division, First Department, held Thursday.
The developers of Chelsea’s 21-story Arts Tower did not comply with regulations requiring they give their 10-story neighbor written notice that the new structure would result in the neighbor’s chimney becoming non-compliant with New York City building codes, the decision said.
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