Gallery: PHOTOS: Inhabitat Tours Riverpark’s Urban Farm on a Stalled Ma...

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Stalled construction sites are a dime a dozen in New York City, but not all of these half-built lots are ugly eyesores. Tucked away on a site in the Alexandria Center for Life Science, between First Avenue and the East River on 29th Street, sits Riverpark Farm. Arguably the Big Apple's "most urban farm," the lush food producing plot was built this past spring by ORE Design & Technology for Riverpark, the Tom Colicchio restaurant on site. Given our love for urban farming and sustainable food, we were thrilled when ORE recently invited us to tour the farm -- click through for an inside look!

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1 Comment

  1. Emmie July 21, 2013 at 2:13 pm

    How do you cut the fabric for the milk crates. We first saw this on the Cooking Channel/Extra Virgin and want to try, but I believe there was a special way to cut the fabric.