2 edition of Changing New York City"s waterfront found in the catalog.
Changing New York City"s waterfront
|Contributions||Cornell University. Cooperative Extension., New York Sea Grant Advisory Service.|
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To imagine another New York–a different New York, rather than one that has previously existed or secretly exists–is a different matter. It rings of an alternate timeline, so anchored is this city’s iconic skyline in its urban identity. Sam Lubell and Greg Goldin have documented just that, though, in their book Never Built New York. By. Thanks to a pair of wealthy New York benefactors, the funding is already in place. Construction is expected to start in , and the park on piers is expected to be built for $ million. “The revitalization and transformation of this pier into a vibrant arts and community space will bring new energy and new visitors to our waterfront.
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