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The next development battle in Lower Manhattan.
The public is supposed to be able to enjoy Pier 17 whenever it is open.
SoHo-based McNally Jackson, a sublime destination for thumbing through rarefied art magazines while sipping a latte, is not only not closing, it's opening another location in South Street Seaport.
You can see Brooklyn Bridge views disappear before your eyes.
The developer has introduced a new outline for the space next to Pier 17: a smaller, 42-story tower, shaving the height from 650 feet to 494 feet.
Despite storm flooding and other significant damage to the Seaport as a whole, Pier 17 is still in good shape, and the company plans to break ground on the redevelopment on July 1, 2013.