The ambitious Pier 55, or "Diller's Park" plan on NYC's Pier 54 which was sidelined because of financial stress and blockades is now back on with full support.
Pier 55 will begin construction in 2016, under the design team of Heatherwick Studio. Cooper Hewitt's current exhibit "Provocation" shows us what to expect.
A futuristic park, Pier 55, is coming just offshore at Hudson River Park, financed by Barry Diller and Diane von Furstenberg and designed by Thomas Heatherwick
Pier 26 in Hudson River Park was formerly a concrete slab. Its recent claim to fame may have been as
Tucked between two office buildings at 55 Water Street is a hard-to-find escalator which whisks you up to The Elevated
Besides impeccable hospitality taken as a given at all of these establishments, each of these hotel are renowned for its originality, design and more.
While 355 Grand Street is no Penn Station, it does have some serious street cred and fascinating NYC history. Its demolition is a loss for the Lower East Side.
At the 2015 NYC Dîner en Blanc this year, a pop-up dinner, 5000 guests in white took over Pier 26 in Hudson River Park in Manhattan with a view of New Jersey
The dilapidated Pier 54 on the Hudson River Park is nearly all gone, but its White Star Line archway, a memory of its history with the RMS Titanic, remains.
At Pier A at Battery Park, a $40 million project renovated the dock and fireboat station with a spectacular view of the NYC Harbor and Statue of Liberty