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    NYC’s Highline, meet the Lowline. 

    Using “solar harvesting” technology, a group of architects have proposed using an abandoned underground trolley station on Delancey Street in the Lower East Side.  Supporters on Kickstarter have provided the initial $155,000 to create an above ground exhibit nearby the proposed location to help facilitate fundraising.  Meanwhile, Columbia architecture students are completing a study to tabulate the actual costs of the subterranean project.

    (Source: fastcoexist.com)

    — 1 year ago with 6 notes
    #NYC  #underground park  #Lowline  #Lower East Side 
    NYC expands underground. A new “Low Line” to rival the city’s High Line is set to be built on the lower east side in a former trolley terminal http://www.delanceyunderground.org/

    NYC expands underground. A new “Low Line” to rival the city’s High Line is set to be built on the lower east side in a former trolley terminal http://www.delanceyunderground.org/

    — 2 years ago with 4 notes
    #NYC  #high line  #lower east side