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SPURA in Styrofoam

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Later today, we’ll have a recap of last night’s CB3/Seward Park redevelopment confab. But here’s a first look at an intriguing 3D model prepared by Beyer Binder Belle, the architectural firm hired to guide the community board through preliminary urban design issues.  The styrofoam pieces in this model were moved around several times during the evening to help committee members better understand building “height and bulk” options.  While it does not represent “a plan” for the site, the miniature neighborhood gave members a glimpse of what might be possible on the 7-acre parcel.

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  1. We’ll have more on this later but just to clarify: this model was not meant to represent a “plan” for spura. It was built to give the committee a better idea of the kinds of buildings (tall and skinny vs. short and fat) that could go up on spura.

  2. Are you serious, this is a commercial area. Park are you a clown by trade or just online…………………

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