NYC DOT Eyeing Vanderbilt for Pedestrian Plaza.

East, Ticker
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
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The Bleak Vanderbilt Avenue during morning rush: June 14, 8:45AM.

The New York Times explored the news of Vanderbilt Avenue becoming a pedestrian plaza through a not-so-rosy Ivy filter today, featuring a photo of the Yale Club rather than the street in question.  AN first reported that the “site has obvious potential for a DOT plaza” back in mid-June when we first examined the Grand Central rezoning proposal that City Planning will present to Community Boards 5 tomorrow night.

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