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MIDTOWN WEST
Midtown West is a vision proposal for the midwest portion of Manhattan, New York City. Born out of the NYC attempt in vying for the 2012 Olympics, this proposal sought to ask what happens after the spectacle of the olympics to the fabric and infrastructure of the city. Taking cues from the history of Manhattan and the city grid, the plan seeks to provide consistency and emphasize the city grid by inserting high density development corridors and reclaiming the waterfront by revitalizing commuter travel by water taxi. Situated on the proposed site for the olympic stadium and other event venues, the plan looks to negate the dead city effect of the post olympic downturn plaguing many major international metropolises by ensuring an active and utilized program meaningful to the residents of the immediate vicinity and citywide.