With help from a TIGER grant, the Bronx River Greenway is one mile closer to completion

Concrete Plant Park (Courtesy Majora Carter / Flickr)

Concrete Plant Park (Courtesy Majora Carter / Flickr)

As of October 27th, the Bronx River Greenway is one mile closer to completion. The United States Department of Transportation awarded a $10 million TIGER grant to the city to build three bridges and a three-quarter mile path connecting the South Bronx‘s Concrete Plant Park with nearby Starlight Park. Though modest in scale, the grant adds momentum to the decades-long movement to green one of the most industrial areas in the borough.

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SLO Architecture Proposes a Train Station Rehab in the Bronx

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Wednesday, January 9, 2013
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Photograph of abandoned Westchester Avenue Station. (Courtesy SLO Architecture)

Photograph of abandoned Westchester Avenue Station. (Courtesy SLO Architecture)

When two architects, Amanda Schachter and Alexander Levi, principals of SLO Architecture, came across an abandoned train station in the Bronx located next to Concrete Plant Park, they saw a unique opportunity to reuse a historic building and help facilitate better access and use of the adjacent green space. Tonight at the Youth Ministries for Peace and Justice in the Bronx, Schachter and Levi will present their project, called Bronx River Right-of-Way. In an interview with Urban Omnibus, the architects describe how they will split the station, designed by Cass Gilbert in the 1930s, into two parts.

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