We've a new date for our tour of the QueensWay. Abandoned for half a century, the old Rockaway Beach Branch of the Long Island Railroad is full of potential.
In another step forward for the Queensway, new renderings for the first phase of the linear park project by DLANDstudio Architecture + Landscape Architecture.
Plans to turn an unused rail line into The Queensway plans are underway but the project needs significant public approvals before becoming a reality.
In partnership with Friends of the QueensWay and Trust for Public Land, we're offering a behind-the-scenes tour of the long-awaited QueensWay on April 8th.
We visit the abandoned QueensWay Park site as the design process for the first half-mile begins between Metropolitan Avenue and Forest Park in Queens.
This map of the proposed 3.5-mile QueensWay linear park poised to unify the borough of Queens found all the best food finds along the future public space.
Behind-the-scenes photo tour of The Queensway with the Trust for Public Land from Forest Hills Queens to Forest Park, highlighting challenges and potentials
At the Center of Architecture is the exhibit QueensWay Connection: Elevating the Public Realm' showcasing winners of the 6th Biennial Design Ideas Competition
Check out the new designs and renderings for the proposed QueensWay, Queens' very own Highline-style park from the Emerging New York Architects competition.
https://vimeo.com/69054328 There has been much debate about the QueensWay, a plan for turning the defunct Long Island Railroad Rockaway Branch