The Moynihan Station Towers That Weren't

One could probably make a book—or at least a pretty big pamphlet—out of renderings associated with the chronically immobile project to expand and renovate Penn Station, now known as Moynihan Station. The project has morphed repeatedly since its birth in the early 1990s but failed to do little other than pay out consultant fees and inspire newspaper articles.

So here’s a glimpse at a rendering we hadn’t seen before today (it popped up in a Wired New York forum), of a set of 1,200-foot-plus towers that would have gone in place of Madison Square Garden, had the whole project ever come to fruition.  read more »

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