Pier 78, at the far west end of West 38th Street and where the NY Waterway is located, is up for sale, per the NY Post. It's a 24,450 square-foot piece of land that be expanded to 49,000, just as long as it's for "anything related to entertainment, dining or [business] that is water dependent," says a representative from Cushman & Wakefield, who are brokering any deals. With about ten minutes of actual thought about this, Gothamist suggests either another kayaking stop or a mini waterpark with a view (along the lines of Chelsea Piers), especially since who knows what the progess of the surf park on Randall's Island is? The property is valued at $10 million, but Gothamist wonders if it'll become more expensive, if the city is actually able to move forward with the West Side Stadium goes through. This property is $15 million LESS than a L.E.S. townhouse.

A fun fact from the article: The space was going to be used for a "Thirteenth Avenue" back in 1837. And read more about Hudson River Park from the Hudson River Park.