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Thread: East River Science Park - First Avenue between E. 29th & E. 28th Streets -by Hillier

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    Way back when there was the 3rd and 2nd Av elevated trains. But it's going to be forever before the 2nd Av subway gets down there. I live at Waterside Plaza and ... well it's great I have a bike.

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    What's your view?

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    Sweet!

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    I like the horizontal detailing.

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    Curbed
    http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2013/1...ience_park.php

    Something Is Finally Finished at the East River Science Park

    Thursday, October 3, 2013, by Sara Polsky



    The East River Science Park is the stuff of unarrested development legend. The first building in the park broke ground in 2007, but the credit crunch put the brakes on things for several years. Work finally resumed in late 2012 and the complex's West Tower was formally "inaugurated" this week. We got our hands on a new rendering, above, and cancer drug manufacturer Roche will move into the building on January 2. The campus now has two completed buildings, the East Tower and the West Tower, but there's still room for more: one more parcel could add to the 728,000 square feet of development.

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    Yes, the quality of curbed reporting is increasingly hit or miss, considering the first building here was open years ago, and it home to a rather spectacular restaurant (as I've said before) that is worth the trip (as I've said before).

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    I like Curbed for their snarky point of view.

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