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MTA To Reveal Latest Designs For Mulry Square

On Tuesday, May 31 the MTA will present their final proposed designs for an emergency ventilation plant on Mulry Square, the triangular parking lot at the southwest corner of 7th Avenue South and Greenwich Avenue. All are welcome to attend the hearings and have their voices heard. Here are the details from Off The Grid…

“Mulry Square is no ordinary vacant lot. Not only has it been for years falsely speculated that Edward Hopper based Nighthawks at the Diner on a restaurant at this location, but post-9/11 it also became the unlikely site of the impromptu Tiles For America exhibit, one of our city’s most poignant and recognized memorials of the tragic World Trade Center terrorist attacks.”

via MTA to Reveal Latest Designs for Mulry Square.

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