132 East 35th Street

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A strip of plaza, partly covered by a projecting overhang, girdles this residential building along East 34th Street, the west side of Lexington Avenue, and East 35th Street. Landscaped brick planters make the space largely inaccessible, and the otherwise sittable ledges next to the public sidewalk are crowned with two rows of black spiked railings.

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 the public plaza had many planters yet no seating. Spikes affixed to the ledges of the flowerbeds make it impossible to sit on them.