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Trust releases Pier 57 proposals

November 20, 2008 02:16PM

The Hudson River Park Trust today officially released three development proposals, one each by the Durst Organization, Related Companies and Youngwoo & Associates, for the park’s 880-foot Pier 57, at the end of West 15th Street in Chelsea. The Durst plan calls for the Children’s Museum of Manhattan to move to Pier 57 and also includes additional park space. The Related Companies plan includes a food marketplace, film theaters and what the company is calling “a public room,” that could function as an art gallery or community center. The Youngwoo & Associates proposal maps out a marketplace, a public auction house, a film center and a rooftop amphitheater. Revenue from the project will be used to maintain Hudson River Park. TRD

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