Located in Brooklyn, New York City, the Bush Terminal consisted of abandoned piers. Sponsored by EDC/Parks Department, Turett Collaborative Architecture took a role to give a new life to the Bush Terminal.
The Bush Terminal
The site offers the views of industrial areas, shipping lanes, active maritime, and Lady Liberty.
It will turn into a public park for recreational and educational purposes.
The Bush Terminal will have ball fields, expansive lawns, reclaimed marshlands and tidal pools.
Included in long-term plans, several public facilities will be built as well, such as a restaurant or café and environmental learning center.
But before getting to these points, Turett Collaborative Architecture designed a 1,200 square feet comfort station intended for a small administrative office, public restrooms, and storage for the Parks Department maintenance crews as well as sports teams.