The two victims fell from a bucket lift at the site near West 33rd Street, officials said.
A sign in the elevator at Chelsea Hall suggests residents "obtain deliveries" while repairs take place.
Separately, the city still hopes to lure the online retailer to build a huge second headquarters here.
The man told the 28-year-old he could get her a table at the club if she gave him $1,800, police said.
Owners now think the bar first opened as Burckel Brothers' Cafe in 1892.
Classes are too big, kids have to eat lunch at odd times and music and art space is lost, a report says.
The city has mapped possible locations including Sunset Park, the Rockaways and the South Bronx.
The building on West 21st Street has also been the site of illegal Airbnb rentals, the city said.
St. Benedict the Moor Church was one of the first houses of worship for black Catholics in the city.
The city plans to unveil a proposal for crosstown bike lanes "in the near future," a spokeswoman said.
The restaurant plans to open an outpost on Pier 84, at West 44th Street.
New York City is seeking ideas on how to lure the tech giant's HQ2 to the five boroughs.
"We just lost the largest gift to a park in the United States," the Hudson River Park Trust's CEO said.
A mandate would force some of the city's most inefficient buildings to curb their emissions.
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