An extrusion of contemporary and historic circulation patterns reach across the West Harlem shoreline to the marine transfer station, forming a new plane of land. This land bridge generates agricultural space along a gentle slope, touching the marine transfer station before continuing to the Hudson River shoreline and completing a pedestrian corridor. The corridor unites the marine transfer station with West Harlem, its heritage and contemporary identity.


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