The site, located at the western part of midtown Manhattan NYC at the present Hudson Yards MTA rail tracks, is the focal point of the regeneration of the High Line Elevated Park and finishes the long history of misuse of one of the masterpieces of 20th century industrial heritage. Site's position on the NYC map lends itself to becoming a stitch between different neighbourhoods and the Hudson River, and being transformed into an invigorated cosmopolitan center with a direct view of NYC’s landmark Empire State Building and the midtown business district.
Conceived in the intermediate position between urban design and architecture, the project deals with a set of issues pertinent to both of these spheres. One of the most prominent among them is connection of the dispersed neighbourhoods via new pedestrian pathways and nodes – i.e. decolonization from the motorized transport and transformation into a place accessible for pedestrians. As an architectural object it is a the new theatre complex which provides an opportunity for independent theatre teams to perform.