Manhattan’s far west side, home to massive mixed-use developments including Related Cos.’ Hudson Yards, Brookfield Properties’ Manhattan West and Vornado Realty Trust’s Penn District, has become more connected and pedestrian friendly as part of the neighborhood’s transformation.

The $50 million Moynihan Connector comprises two bridges running above Dyer Avenue and West 30th Street. Designed by architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill and James Corner Field Operations, the project has opened offically to link Moynihan Train Hall at the Penn Station transit hub to the public spaces of Manhattan West and the High Line elevated park, a popular tourist attraction that’s already connected to Hudson Yards.

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Landscape Architecture 

Andria Cheng