SHoP Tweaks Pier 17 Design To Let a Sun (And Rain) In

[Rendering by SHoP.]

After receiving Landmarks Preservation Commission approval for a SHoP makeover of a South Street Seaport’s Pier 17, developer Howard Hughes agreed on franchise terms with a Economic Development Corporation and prepared to enter a ULURP process. In a meantime, Howard Hughes also went before some Community Board 1 committees to benefaction a few modifications to Pier 17′s destiny selling mall. The Tribeca Trib has a deets. The modifications will split a mall building into dual parts, permitting light (and rain) in. “We consider that would be flattering illusory and unequivocally have this good rendezvous with a waterfront,” ShoP’s Gregg Pasquarelli explains.

[Via Tribeca Trib.]

SHoP also mutated a offer for a Link Building (above), a destiny home of a food marketplace on a southwest dilemma of Pier 17. The Landmarks Preservation Commission didn’t like a strange design, that blocked a adjacent Tin Building; a rider is glassier. Here’s one some-more look:


Howard Hughes is seeking a food marketplace user now.
· Hughes Corp. Shows Newest New Plans for Pier 17 [Tribeca Trib]
· Pier 17 coverage [Curbed]