Kenneth Park Architects

Street Evolution Series

KPA Presents Street Evolution: Tribeca

The Triangle Below Canal Street Before there were penthouses inhabited by the celebrity elite, art galleries and fancy restaurants, Tribeca was a quaint little neighborhood in lower Manhattan.  Today, it is home to some of Manhattan’s newest and tallest structures but at some point in history, Tribeca was the place many wholesalers, product vendors, and

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Street Evolution: Hudson Yards

Last week, Hudson Yards premiered one of the most exciting mixed-use development projects NYC has seen in years. The $25 billion dollar development opened on March 15, 2019 to the public and within minutes, the 7 story mall was crawling with New Yorker’s eager to try  the fare at new restaurants and shop till they

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Street Evolution: The Bowery

“…We were standing at Forsythe and Bowery Flowers and painted forehead Trying to forget…” Bowery, Local Natives Long before the indie rock band, Local Natives, crooned about the notable New York City dwelling, Manhattanites at the turn of the 20th century had a very different vision of the urban space. The landmark that rests on

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