As if it weren't enough with all the development activities in Washington Heights, with the High Bridge redevelopment, Highbridge Park redevelopment, the two new hotels, expansion of the Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, and all the developments along Broadway and the other streets within the neighborhood, now we learn that the George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal will be renovated. The New York Business Journal reports that in addition to the 98,000 square feet of renovated retail space there will be an addition of 30,000 square feet of new retail space in the new terminal.
It was reported today, August 24, 2014, in the New York Times that the George Washington Bus Station will close on Monday for renovations for one year.
Today, October 9, 2014 progress on the Bus Station was reported in The Daily News. The number for the cost of the facelift is nowat $184 Million. Wow!
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