An alarmed neighbor with an itchy Photoshop trigger finger sent along evidence that the refinery building, the lone landmarked structure on the site, and set to get a glassy rooftop addition has been increasingly left open to the elements, which is a Domino complaint that dates back a long while. Our tipster smells conspiracy: "CPC wants the Domino site to fall apart as revenge or a 'vendetta' (more appropriate) for the landmarking of the building." Yep, emotions are running high on both sides, but according to the experts the window thing might not really matter.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission tells us they're "working with the developer to ensure the building is properly sealed." And by sealed the LPC doesn't necessarily mean shutting all the windows (let the future squatters handle it). What's important to keeping the building structurally sound is water-tight brick and mortar joints.