155 East 29th Street

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The main part of the plaza, extending west from the northwest corner of Third Avenue and East 29th Street, is occupied by a truncated semicircular drop-off driveway and brick planters with trees and bushes. Almost all of the planter ledges are appointed with a metal spiked railing, except for a few surfaces close to the residential building’s entryway. The Third Avenue plaza area is extra sidewalk bordering storefronts.

Photo: Kayden et al. (2000)
Photo: Kayden et al. (2000)


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  1. submitted by: Christopher Consalvo, Manhattan Community Board 6

    During a July 2014 walk through of the space, we observed that this Residential plaza provides an excellently shaded space for public enjoyment. Removing the spiked ledges in the POPS would make the space more welcoming to the public. The spikes are a possible violation, as a certain amount of linear feet of seating is required.