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    Floor-to-ceiling windows are cool. They'll provide nice views... but how about residents who cherish their privacy ?

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    Exhibitionism and voyeurism go hand in hand.

    During construction, 3-4 ft walls were installed on the Perry St sides, but later removed.

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    I wonder how much their transparant look will change when they become fully occupied and the windows have curtains and shades. And where will the third building be again?

    This pier and its shorter neighbor Pier 46 have really been such a nice place to relax during these hot summer evenings. We've been bringing out-of-town guests out there around sunset. Bring some treats, grab some chairs, pull them up to the edge, feet up on the rail, watch the river traffic. It's great.

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    The new building, another Meier, I think, will be to the right of the towers (the wide looking brick building).

    Any other news on West St? *There's this one, Morton Sq., the sites the city is looking to develop (that will totally "ruin" the nabe and PS 234... oh heavens), anything else. *I would really love to see a long, glass tower wall along the entire Route 9A. *That with the park would be unreal.

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    Project between Laight and Vestry is in construction now. New building fronting West St with renovation of a warehouse
    on Washington.

    There's another between Desbrosses and Watts, but I haven't heard much lately.


    I would rather see an intermix of old and new along West, the character of NYC.

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    I agree a mix is always nice, as long as the older building looks nice and is in pretty good shape. *A old, warehouse that seems to be in ruins is not the best thing to have in this location (or any for that matter).

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    Construction of Morton Square and Pier 45. August 2003.





    Relaxing day at Hudson River Park's Pier 45. August 2003.


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    Gay life in Greenwich Village. Pier 45. 6 September 2003.


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    Those two piers near the Charles Street entrance are definitely popular makeout spots.

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    Pier 45 in snow. 19 January 2004.


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    This Saturday on Pier 45.


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