See what South Street Seaport’s redeveloped Pier 17 might look like
Here’s another look at proposed plans for the historic downtown neighborhood, which may be getting a 50-story tower, shopping mall and lots more
Tue Dec 10 2013
Rendering courtesy the Howard Hughes Corporation
The demolition of the old mall at South Street Seaport's Pier 17 made way for an ambitious redevelopment, headed up by the Howard Hughes Corporation, that will supposedly include a new marina, luxury buildings and a fancy new shopping mall. Now, you can see what that space might look like: The rendering above depicts the renovated Tin Building (the white structure in the foreground); the refurbished Pier 17 to the right; and the futuristic, 50-story tower in the background, which received almost instant opposition from residents of the historic neighborhood.
Check out many more renderings of the space via Tribeca Citizen.
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