New York City, United States 2007



功能: master plan mixed-use project
业主: Extell Development Company
    规模 11,300,000 sq ft
阶段: competition

Steven Holl Architects have designed a cohesive master plan for both the Eastern Rail Yards and Western Rail Yards in Manhattan that is both physically and technologically integrated. Extell Development Company proposes to transform the Eastern Rail Yards and Western Rail Yards into a world-class, mixed-use, vibrant neighborhood that features world class architecture and inspiring public spaces designed by Steven Holl Architects, that is in harmony with the surrounding environment, and that both minimizes interference with LIRR operations and returns considerable financial value to the MTA. This last large undeveloped Midtown Manhattan site provides an unprecedented opportunity to create a new urban paradigm for the 21st century. While offering a high mixed-use density of 12 million square feet; the proposed suspension deck design maximizes public space and creates a porosity and openness for the site from all sides and approaches, connecting Midtown, the Chelsea Arts District, and the convention center with a grand public park open to the Hudson River; and its innovative structural system for spanning over the Rail Yards will minimize the impacts of development on the Caemmerer Yards and allow it to offer more for the right to develop.


  • architect
    • – Steven Holl Architects
    • Steven Holl ( design architect )
    • Chris McVoy ( design architect )
    • Nick Gelpi ( project architect )
    • Sofie Holm Christensen, Ayat Fadaifard, Runar Halldorsson, Rafael Ng, Ebbie Wisecarver, Christina Yessios (project team)
  • landscape architect
    • – Olin Partnership
  • construction
    • – Bovis Lend Lease
  • survey engineer
    • – Langan
  • traffic engineer
    • – Langan
  • geotech engineer
    • – Langan
  • environmental engineer
    • – Langan
  • civil engineer
    • – Langan
  • MEP Engineer
    • – ICOR Associates
  • site sustainability consultant
    • – Transsolar
  • security/bridges
    • – HNTB Corporation
  • outages
    • – LTK Engineering