NEW YORK CITY-Though the city’s engineers are on the job in attempting to remove or secure the dangling construction crane atop the One57 multifamily property development, the solution won’t be easy or quick, and could take several weeks. Bloomberg News reports that engineers have made several trips to the top of the under-construction 90-story tower in attempts to figure  out a way to secure the dangling boom.

Anthony Sclafani, a spokesman for the New York City Department of Buildings, says that resolution won’t be anytime soon. “This process is still in its early stages,” he was quoted as saying in the Bloomberg article. “There’s no complete plan on how to remove it. It’s being formulated as we speak.”

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