New QueensWay Plan Reveals Zip-Lines, Ping-Pong Tables and a Giant Slide

by , 03/26/14

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Zip-lines, ping-pong tables and a giant slide could be in Queens’ future if The Friends of the Queensway have anything to say about it. The group revealed their vision to revamp an abandoned train track into a thriving greenway at a community workshop this week, and Inhabitat was on the scene soaking up the details. Read on to learn more about the plans for this exciting adaptive reuse project, and see how you can attend tonight’s encore workshop.


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