Pier A Plaza
Pier A is a New York City Landmark, the oldest surviving pier in New York City and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Its Victorian-era pier building was constructed shortly after the Brooklyn Bridge and was once one of the city’s proudest points of entry. For decades the building sat in a ruinous state until it was recently renovated by the Battery Park City Authority for new and improved use.
With Arup and Siteworks.