These Never-Built Designs Would Have Drastically Changed New York City

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In his 1967 “City Corridor” plan, the architect Paul Rudolph reimagined the neighborhoods around the (also never built) Lower Manhattan Expressway as a “sinew of buildings, bridges, terraces, plazas, overlooks, walkways, people movers, subways, streets, and freeways, all drawn together into one exquisite whole.”

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