When driving or walking along the Hudson River in Tribeca, you w ill come across a geometic, concrete structure with no windows. This stunning building is not a museum, but something rather mundane… it stores the City's salt piles and distribution trucks for the Department of Sanitation. Check out this short video from our friends at Curbed to see why it was designed this way.
Meet the Spring Street Salt Shed in NYC, a sculptural stunner with a very salty purpose.
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