Short-Span Bridges

by Don Friedman on July 1, 2016

There’s a history of bridges between buildings, over streets, in New York. A long history.

The 1989 pedestrian bridge over Trinity Place, a block from our office, ran between the Trinity Church yard and the parish offices at 74 Trinity Place. But 74 Trinity is gone, demolished in the last few months to make way for a bigger building. The bridge remains…


That’s the west end of the bridge, ending at the last bits of steel remaining from the frame of 74 Trinity Place. I assume that the end of the bridge will eventually be supported by the frame of the new building.

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