The Lowline will use new solar technology to transform an historic NYC trolley terminal into the world's first underground park.
Can cities be greener, more livable, and more beautiful? We think so, and that's why we're developing new solar technology to unlock the potential of underused spaces below our city's streets. With this cutting-edge technology, we plan to build the world's very first underground "park," featuring live plants and trees!
It turns out there's a 107-year-old former trolley station-- untouched since 1948-- right below Delancey Street in the center of New York City's Lower East Side neighborhood. All the old architectural details are still there, and right now it sits in one of the most crowded neighborhoods in a very crowded city. Our dream is to take that space back and transform it into a beautiful public gathering space.
For more information about this project, please visit Kickstarter and its website.