Gallery: Proposed 80 South Street Seaport Tower Has Edible Roof Farms a...

Although Santiago Calatrava’s design for 80 South Street has been laid to rest, the lot may soon see an arguably even more exciting tower covered in edible farms. Local architect Anthony Morali‘s proposal for the site features a mixed-use building that infuses vegetative garden space on different levels. The 300,000-square foot tower would be able to use its on-site farms to supply area eateries with farm-fresh veggies right from South Street Seaport.

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  1. Ostrich Feather Tattoo ... February 16, 2013 at 11:41 am

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  2. Dante D'Anthony February 15, 2013 at 4:17 pm

    Wonderful. Why, however, is there no crown? The quintessential aspect of Manhattan is the spire, the archetype the head, ennobled in aspiration toward the heavens-achievement, the sky, the spirit. materialists of the abstract, human aspiration and dreams held up against the star, the final heights pointing symbolically up in a choral of gleaming stainless steel singing, “higher”.

  3. doug l February 13, 2013 at 10:12 am

    The ball is now in Calatrava’s court.