Blending the character of Greenwich Village, the charm of Stone Street, the energy of Elizabeth Street, and the reprieve of Bryant Park with the iconic waterfront views that only the Seaport offers, the new Seaport plan reignites the spark of old Manhattan in the place where the port of New York began.

The master plan completely preserves the Seaport’s historic structures while proposing an array of storefront shops, two hotels, and new housing. It combines a city-sponsored initiative to rebuild the former fish market’s aging infrastructure with a new vision for the pier itself.

Local residents will benefit from more open space and community amenities, including a specialty food market, a three-acre addition to the East River Esplanade, and a 30,000-square-foot community space for performances, lectures, and children’s programs. Vibrant nightlife, specialty stores, restaurants, and public events will make the Seaport a place for every New Yorker.

From preservation work and innovative architecture to greater open space and new, practical retail, the plan unites old and new and imbues the neighborhood with spirit—helping the district achieve its full potential as one of New York’s most enduring communities.

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