Brookfield Place Winter Garden

Northeast - Commercial / Mixed Use, Cultural / Arts

Plaza Brookfield Winter Garden

Brookfield Place Winter Garden

The Winter Garden Atrium, was severely damaged in the September 11, 2001 attacks as almost all the glass panes were blown out by the dust clouds triggered by the collapse of the Twin Towers, but was rebuilt during the first year of the Financial Center’s recovery. Reconstruction of the Winter Garden required 2,000 panes of glass, 60,000 sq. ft. of marble flooring and stairs, and sixteen 40’ Washingtonia robusta palm trees. The Winter Garden is a three-story glass atrium offering panoramic views of Lower Manhattan and the host to a variety of concerts, exhibitions and community events throughout the year. The outdoor plaza, which connects the soaring glass Winter Garden to the Hudson River, is surrounded with beautifully landscaped seasonal gardens along the riverside, reflecting pools and works of art including sculptures by world-renowned artists.

Client Brookfield Office Properties
Design firm Pelli Clarke Pelli & Spector Group
Location New York, NY
Type Commercial / Mixed Use
Cultural / Arts
Size 200,000 SF
Status Completed in 2013
Plaza Brookfield Winter Garden

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