New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) today announced that it will be advancing development of publicly accessible open space in Downtown Brooklyn’s Willoughby Square. Located on Willoughby Street between Duffield and Gold Streets, NYCEDC anticipates beginning construction on the 1.15-acre street level site in 2020 with completion expected by 2022. The previous proposal involved a financially unfeasible underground garage whose rampways will now be converted into useable green space.
New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), New York City Department of Transportation (DOT), in partnership with the Hudson Square Business Improvement District (BID), today announced Prima Paving Corporation, Sam Schwartz Engineering, D.P.C. and Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects have been selected as the a joint consultancy team that will advance a major public-private, design-build investment between Canal Street and West Houston. The project’s streetscape improvements will strengthen Hudson Square by enhancing pedestrian, bicycle, vehicular traffic safety, transforming the corridor into a grand boulevard that will increase connectivity.
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NYCEDC is seeking proposals from ATM operators who wish to enter into a license to install, maintain and operate one ATM at the St. George Ferry Terminal and three ATMs at the Whitehall Ferry Terminal.