Where is it?

The proposed St. John’s Center development is across the street from Pier 40 along the West Side Highway from Charlton Street to Clarkson Street



Pier 40’s athletic fields are a community treasure, but the Pier is in such disrepair that one of three soccer fields have been closed out of safety concerns


The site TODAY

The underutilized St. John's Center is ready to be transformed into the live-work-play neighborhood envisioned by Hudson Square rezoning



The St. John's Center proposal would provide guaranteed funds to rehab Pier 40, new public open space, and permanent affordable housing

NEW UPDATE 6/30/2016: Find additional planning information on this proposed project for consideration here.

Community Board Presentation from 11/12/2015 can be found here.

The new St. John’s Center proposal would save Hudson River Park’s Pier 40 while creating hundreds of new units of permanent affordable housing, including for seniors.

Designed by world‐renowned architect COOKFOX, the proposed project will transform this underutilized site into a vibrant, mixed‐use development with resilient buildings, retail, residences serving a variety of income levels, publicly‐accessible open space, improved access to West Street and amenities to enliven this waterfront site while providing funding for critical repairs of Hudson River Park’s Pier 40, a valuable community resource.

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