CSA members may be interested in the curious Delancey Underground project — aka the LowLine — that’s been getting some attention recently. Basically the idea is to turn the unused trolley terminal underneath Delancey Street into a public park, with innovative solar collectors that would bring sunlight below ground, enabling grass and plants to grow.
One member has asked us to share an invitation for a fundraiser taking place Thursday evening at 7pm at Donnybrook (owned by another CSA member) on Clinton and Stanton.
Lower East Side Friends of the LowLine
cordially invite you to attend a fundraiser in support of
the Delancey Underground project (aka ‘LowLine’)
Please join us as Delancey Underground founders
DAN BARASCH & JAMES RAMSEY
will present their visionary concept for an underground park beneath Delancey Street
WHEN: THURSDAY, APRIL 26 at 7:00 PM
WHERE: DONNYBROOK 35 Clinton Street (corner of Stanton Street)
Suggested donation is $50 (cash or check only, please)
$20+ donation gets you one glass of wine, beer, or well drink compliments of Donnybrook
Checks should be made out to: “The Underground Development Foundation”
Please RSVP: Friendsofthelowline@gmail.com
Can’t make it but still want to support the project? Donate online at delanceyunderground.org/donate
This invitation is transferable and can be forwarded to any interested parties.
Delancey Underground is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax deductible.