Enter the promised land: the Sunset Park Industrial Waterfront and the 120-year old Bush Terminals Piers. Once the busiest and most productive stretch of industrial waterfront in NYC, employing some 27,000 people in its heyday in the mid 1920s, Bush Terminals is now at the leading edge of the ecological revival of New York City’s post-industrial shoreline…
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