Monday, September 27, 2010
East River Promenade Gets Stairs To Nowhere
Work continues on the East River promenade down by the Seaport, as a set of stairs leading to nowhere are revealed near Pier 11. To be fair, just like an unfinished painting, this will all start to make sense as more work is completed; these stairs are likely “get-downs," or access point to get close to the river. Work on the East River Park, in the area north of the Manhattan Bridge, has been moving along as well. The Tribeca Trib reported the area might be open to the public by January 2011.
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