Peek Inside the Department of Sanitation's New Geometric Salt Shed in Tribeca

Erik Torkell from the always excellent neighborhood blog Tribeca Citizen recently went on a tour of one of his favorite TriBeCa buildings. Not a loft, a skyscraper or monument, rather the newly constructed Department of Sanitation Salt Shed on Spring Street.

I love this building! But you knew that. I geeked out on the control panels embedded in the exterior, and I was delighted by how much the salt reminded me of Zabriskie Point in Death Valley National Park. But even a fan of the shed might have to admit that the best part is what you can observe from the street. I guess I hadn’t been over there in a while, because this was the first time I’d seen the “illuminated moat.”

Check out the full article for more photos of the Salt Shed and the neighboring Sanitation Garage.

SPRING STREET SALT SHED
SPRING STREET SALT SHED
Photo: Dattner
SPRING STREET SALT SHED
SPRING STREET SALT SHED
Photo: Dattner
SPRING STREET SALT SHED
SPRING STREET SALT SHED
Photo: Dattner
SPRING STREET SALT SHED
SPRING STREET SALT SHED
Photo: Dattner
Spring Street Salt Shed
Matt Coneybeare

Matt Coneybeare

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Matt enjoys exploring the City's food scene with his Wife and the outdoors with their dog. He is an avid marathon runner, and spends most of his time eating, running, and working on cool stuff.

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