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Pier 57

New York, NY

Pier 57 is a shipping terminal on the Hudson River near Manhattan’s Meatpacking District that was designed and constructed in the early 1950s. After the decline of maritime-related industries, the pier was also used as a parking garage for city buses. Vacant since 2004, it is now on the State and National Registers of Historic Places.

The large-scale redevelopment and transformation of the historic 900-foot-long pier will create an office, retail, arts and entertainment, and public park complex. The interior will feature a two-floor public marketplace with shops and cafés.

The open component of the development will consist of a rooftop park with an outdoor cinema and waterfront promenades.

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Tribeca Enterprises will use the 80,000 sf rooftop park for their annual film festival. The development’s other tenants will include City Winery, whose 32,000 sf will include two performance venues and a restaurant; and Google, Pier 57’s anchor tenant.

Tribeca Enterprises will use the 80,000 sf rooftop park for their annual film festival. The development’s other tenants will include City Winery, whose 32,000 sf will include two performance venues and a restaurant; and Google, Pier 57’s anchor tenant.

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