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January 19, 2021
Governor Andrew Cuomo has planned a $ 51 billion construction of Manhattan’s Midtown West in his annual State of the State message. Initiatives include replacing the Port Authority’s aging bus terminal and rebuilding the existing Penn Station across from the newly opened Moynihan Train Hall.
The governor also suggested turning Pier 76 into a waterfront park, expanding the Hudson River Park. It has long been used as a NYPD auto tow pound.
“Pier 76 is probably the least-used property in New York City,” said Cuomo. “After decades of apathy, Pier 76 is becoming a great public space that will delight visitors and tourists and welcome all of Manhattan.”
Cuomo’s Midtown West plan also includes the extension of the High Line to Moynihan Train Hall. It also includes more than 20 million square feet of new commercial development and 1,400 units of affordable housing.
Pictured: Depiction of the Pier 76 park.
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Cuomo Pushes $ 51 Billion Expansion Of Midtown West