HOW TO PROTECT THE SEAPORT

Reinvigorate the South Street Seaport Museum

Recreate a “Street of Ships”

Retain the New Amsterdam Market year-round

Repurpose contributing significant Historic Buildings

Restore the quality of life with Community Amenities Revitalize the Seaport with a Master Plan

The Seaport includes a number of UNASSIGNED city-owned assets many of which could be dedicated to these and other community needs, including the New Fish Market and Tin Buildings. The Bloomberg administration treated all these assets like vacant lots and they have tried to hand them over to the Howard Hughes Corporation in the mistaken belief that privatization was “the only way” to restore them to a useful second life.

 

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