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Manhattan. Public Hearings for Bus Terminal Replacement: Addressing Impacts on City Landmarks and Seeking Your Input

The Port Authority is hosting public hearings regarding its Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the Bus Terminal Replacement from February 20 to 22. We strongly urge you to examine the DEIS, participate in a hearing, or provide comments. This initiative will reshape sections of our city, and your feedback holds significant value.

There will be adverse impacts on the McGraw Hill Building (Built 1931; 93 years ago), a City and National Historic Landmark, and two mid-19th century Roman Catholic Churches, St. Raphael’s on West 41st Street and Holy Cross on West 42nd Street. Both churches are eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places. All three buildings will have new shadows and each must be protected from damage during construction.

We have yet to see a financial analysis that proves the only way to get a new Terminal requires the development of the towers.

Source: nylandmarks.orgMidtown Tribune news
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