Hudson's River Waterfront & Chrysallis-Park by Eleftherios Piskitzis

Eleftherios Piskitzis Discloses The Hudson's River Waterfront & Chrysallis Park

Eleftherios Piskitzis, the creator of the award winning design Eleftherios Piskitzis's Hudson's River Waterfront & Chrysallis Park points out, The Chrysalis Park designed for a 1.5-mile-long elevated rail structure on Manhattan's West Side, which was constructed in the 1930s as part of one of New York City's largest investments in transportation infrastructure, called the West Side Improvement Project. No trains have run on it in over 20 years. A lush urban wilderness, nearly seven acres in total, has seeded itself on the line's tracks. A vision for a linear park above the N.Y with sustainability design considerations and various leisure activities. .

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