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The Brooklyn and Queens Waterfront in 2016

Waterworld

Williamsburg


(Map: Jason Lee.)  

(1.) The Edge
Stephen B. Jacobs; master plan by FXFOWLE and TEN Arquitectos, September 2008.

(2.) Palmer’s Dock
FXFOWLE, phase one, 2008; phase two, 2009.

(3.) North 8
Greenberg Farrow Architecture, spring 2007.

(4.) Domino Sugar Site
Rafael Viñoly Architects, no completion date.

(5.) Schaefer Landing
Karl Fischer Architects, 2006.


Manhattan and Brooklyn


(Maps: Jason Lee.)  

(6.) Ground Zero
Freedom Tower, David Childs/SOM; World Trade Center Transit Hub, Santiago Calatrava; Tower 2, Sir Norman Foster; visitor center, 2011.

(7.) 101 Warren Street
SOM, Ismael Leyva Architects, 2007.

(8.) William Beaver House
Developer André Balazs, no completion date.

(9.) Staten Island Whitehall Ferry Terminal
Fred Schwartz, 2005.

(10.) Battery Maritime Building
Renovation, Jan Hird Pokorny Associates, 2006.

(11.) Beekman Street Tower
Gehry Partners, Ismael Leyva Architects, no completion date.

(12.) 80 South Street
Santiago Calatrava, no completion date.

(13.) Pier 17
Beyer Blinder Belle, no completion date.

(14.) Drawing Center
Architect TBA, 2011.

(15.) East River Waterfront
SHoP and Richard Rogers Partnership, Ken Smith Landscape Architects, 2009.

(16.) Brooklyn Bridge Park
Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, 2012.

(17.) One Brooklyn Bridge Park/360 Furman Street
Creative Design Associates, fall 2007.


Red Hook


(Map: Jason Lee.)  

(18.) Brooklyn Cruise Ship Terminal
Bermello Ajamil and Partners, April 2006.

(19.) Fairway
Fairway Partners, May 2006.

(20.) Revere Sugar Site
Ehrenkrantz Eckstut & Kuhn Architects, no completion date.

(21.) Ikea
Greenberg Farrow Architecture, 2007.








Queens

(1.) Silvercup West
Richard Rogers Partnership, NBBJ, late 2009.

(2.) River East
WalkerGroup, V Studio, November 2007.

(3.) Queens West
Arquitectonica, Handel Architects, phase one, June 2006; phase two, summer 2007; phase three, spring 2008.

(4.) The Powerhouse
Karl Fischer Architect, summer 2007.


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