Pop-Up Farm In NYC Provides Produce For Nearby Riverpark Restaurant

Pop-Up Farm In NYC Provides Produce For Nearby Riverpark Restaurant

The urban farm in Midtown Manhattan had been built on a stalled construction site.

Emma Hutchings
  • 11 august 2011

On East 29th Street in New York City, on a construction site for a stalled project to build the west tower at the Alexandria Center for Life Science, a pop-up farm has emerged to take advantage of the empty space. Riverpark Farm grows a variety of fresh vegetables and herbs, which it supplies to the adjacent Tom Colicchio-branded Riverpark Restaurant.

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