Gallery: Bronx River Right-of-Way Would Transform a Historic Train Stat...

As part of the redevelopment of the Bronx River Greenway, SLO Architecture has proposed the transformation of a disused train station into an innovative two-part project for the Bronx River. Called the Bronx River Right-of-Way, the project would give new life to a disused historic structure built in the 1930s by architect Cass Gilbert. The project would divide the train station into two parts – a headhouse that would become an entryway into the park and a waiting room that could be made into a boathouse for kayakers.

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