Edge-on-Hudson developers enlist architect for parks and paths

TRD New York /
Apr.April 11, 2019 04:52 PM

Irvine, California-based SunCal Management and Montville, New Jersey-based Diversified Realty Advisors, the master developers behind a $1 billion mixed-used development along the Hudson River, have tapped Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects (NBW) to design the parks and paths at their Edge-on-Hudson complex in Sleepy Hollow, according to a press release. The massive project, which is rising on the site of a former General Motors assembly plant, is slated to include 1,177 residential units, a hotel, retail space and office space, as well as more than 16 acres of parkland. NBW “has begun research and initial design work for the waterfront promenade and green spaces adjoining Kingsland Point Park that will be key components of Edge-on-Hudson and which will link to a range of existing trails and park systems,” the two developers said in a statement. Toll Brothers is already in the process of building the residential portion of the development. As for NBW, its principal Thomas Woltz was profiled by the New York Times last month for his work at Hudson Yards in Manhattan. [PRNewswire]

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