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Renderings of the park show a tree-lined plaza filled with planters and multiple benches. According to DNAinfo, the park’s landscape architecture includes a lot of trees as well as some thoughtful green touches, like a species of tree sapling descended from Anne Frank’s white Horse Chestnut Tree. There will also be a 25-foot-high, 300-foot living wall running along the base of the park and visible from street level.

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Along with views of the 9/11 Memorial, visitors to the park will also be able to enjoy vistas of Santiago Calatrava’s St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, which is still under construction. The original church was destroyed during the 9/11 attacks.

Via 6sqft

Images via Port Authority Twitter and Santiago Calatrava