By Michael Ventura and Ben Fractenberg
MANHATTAN — A section of Broadway was closed for more than an hour Friday after a "structural issue" at a TriBeCa apartment building, the city's Office of Emergency Management tweeted.
The building appeared to have moved, leaving a foot-wide gap between it and the adjoining one - though a neighbor said it had always been like that.
It couldn't be confirmed if that had prompted the street closure.
Broadway between Franklin and Walker streets was closed off as emergency responders investigated the problem at 372 Broadway.
The building's first floor is for sale and looked to be having construction work done.
The FDNY said there were no reports of injuries.
The Department of Buildings had one open complaint on the building, for "superstructure deteriorating," but it was listed on the department's website as being of "no immediate threat."