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June 18, Filed under: EditorialEditorials Posted by: The Villager The tentative date for the end of the current state Legislative session is Wed. Among the many questions regarding which measures might get passed amid the typical last-minute flurry of activity before that deadline is whether the Hudson River Park Act of will be amended — specifically concerning Pier Last month, Community Board 2 passed an advisory resolution strongly urging that the Park Act not be amended this session.
This much is clear: The Hudson River Park Trust, the state-city authority that operates and is building the 4-mile-long park, wants to amend the Park Act to allow commercial office use on the acre Pier 40, at W. According to sources, however, the Park Act will not be opened up this session to amend the allowable uses on Pier As a result, there now will be half a year in which to have a robust, comprehensive, inclusive discussion about the future of Pier Now would be the perfect time to solicit ideas for the pier from far and wide — whether they be for adaptive reuse of the existing pier shed or something else entirely.
The Trust, though, is not happy about C. Questions must be asked. For example, does the mammoth W. But will the state and city allocate that much funding to the park each year? It remains to be seen. Also, there is some friction between Community Boards 4 and 2 regarding Pier Also, the redesign of Pier 40 — that is, if its existing pier-shed structure is not to be adaptively reused — must be carefully scrutinized.
Yes, admittedly, some people — the youth sports leagues, in particular — are worried about another failure at Pier Two previous requests for proposals, or R. The Trust will have to work with the community; the resulting future direction for the pier will, necessarily, be a compromise.
All that said, we hear there still may be two amendments to the Hudson River Park Act this session. The other amendment would be to allow the Gateway project, which would see new passenger railway tunnels laid across the Hudson River from New Jersey, going under Hudson River Park around W. In exchange for this permanent easement through Hudson River Park, the federal government will be expected to pay for improvements in this section of the park — basically, right around the southern end of the W.
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Commercial Observer's list of 50 most important figures in commercial real estate finance. Pier 40 at Hudson River Park, more commonly known as Pier 40, is a parking garage, and the pier currently serves the dual purpose of commercial parking garage (located in the outer perimeter of the pier) and a multi-purpose sports facility (encompassing Opened: October 24, (as ship terminal), May 12, (as Hudson River Park).
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