Lowline Under Delancey
Support the Delancey Underground Project at the fundraiser for their innovative vision, Lowline, this Wednesday, June 27, at the Bowery Hotel.
Their extraordinary project aims to convert an unused trolley terminal beneath Delancey Street into a subterranean public park, nicknamed "Lowline." Inspired by the amazing impact of the High Line, local business, residents, community leaders, and political stakeholders alike have voiced considerable enthusiasm or the idea. They are now focused on increasing this broad public support, and are preparing to make this vision a reality.
The Delancey Underground isn't just an economic revitalization opportunity - it also represents cutting edge design and a new generation of green technology. The project envisions a fresh approach to solar technology, using innovative fiber optics to reflect light underground, saving electricity and reducing carbon emissions, and generating the capacity for plants, trees, and grasses to thrive indoors.
This underground green space can provide opportunities for creative expression, while challenging assumptions of the way humans work, live, commute, and interact. The Delancey Underground project envisions a year-round programming series, from art exhibitions, to farmers' markets, to education series, to special events and promotions. This space will generate community and inspire minds.
Lowline Fundraiser at The Bowery Hotel
Hosted by Miriam Parker and Steven Lau
Music by DJ Justin Miller
335 Bowery Street
7pm - 10pm
Suggested Donation $25 per person
RSVP Now at http://thelowline.eventbrite.com
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