South Street Seaport plan would raze mall, raise tower

10/19/2008 | Architectural Record (free registration)

A plan to redevelop New York's South Street Seaport will begin the municipal approvals process this week. The district, built on a landfill in the 1700s, has been redeveloped several times. The redevelopment plan, designed by SHoP Architects, would raze an enclosed mall, free two acres of open space and relocate the Tin Building, a landmark structure, to make room for a 42-story tower.

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