Forsyth Street Plaza

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60 Warren Street penthouse
  • Exploring the last remaining wild spaces on the East River in Hunter’s Point. [Curbed]
  • NYC’s oldest $20M+ listing, a rooftop mansion at 60 Warren Street in Tribeca, has sold for $24.5M after sitting on the market for nine years. [NYO]
  • Yet another rent-stabilized tenant has been sued for putting her apartment on Airbnb. [NYP]
  • Construction will start on the tiny $3.85M elevated park positioned along Forsyth Street right off the Manhattan Bridge. [Bowery Boogie]
  • The stop work order has been lifted at One57, following Tuesday’s incident when a sheet of plexiglass fell from the tower onto two cars. [Metropolis]

Images: 60 Warren Street penthouse; Hunter’s Point by Nathan Kensinger via Curbed (R)

Chinatown, Landscape Architecture, Lower East Side, Urban Design

Forsyth Plaza NYC

If you’ve ever walked or biked across the Manhattan Bridge, or simply tried to make your way past the off-ramp on foot, you know that it can be a heart-thumping jaunt that often requires expert maneuvering to avoid collision. A new design proposed for a triangular section of land beside the Manhattan Bridge along Forsyth Street could bring some much-needed calm to the frenetic energy of this area. Tomorrow, the Department of Design and Construction will present their plan to transform this elevated space into a public green space that’s being likened to the High Line Park.

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