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Urban Omnibus: “We Want it Back: Reclaiming the Bronx River”

"In 2009, after ten years of living, working and teaching in Spain, Amanda Schachter and Alexander Levi, principals of SLO Architecture, began what would become a series of long-term projects in the Bronx. ….  Their latest project is Bronx River Right-of-Way, a proposal to reuse a historically significant, but abandoned train station adjacent to Concrete Plant Park."

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Bronx River Right-of-Way | Center: former waiting room of Westchester Avenue Station moved to the riverside and reused as a boathouse


Bronx River Right-of-Way | Right: Former head house with a new bridge connecting Westchester Avenue to Concrete Plant Park


Bronx River Right-of-Way | View of new entryway and boathouse from Concrete Plant Park

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