[It looks like Philly isn’t the only city where the lobby is on for an underground park based on abandoned rail infrastructure.]

New Yorkers can get their first peek at the technology required to construct a proposed park in an underground abandoned trolley station. A year ago (almost to the day). the Lowline project teased the imaginations of New Yorkers and dazzled park lovers everywhere by releasing dreamy renderings of a lush park paradise-to-be in a most unlikely place: below ground. And not just below ground, but below Delancey Street, one of the most disparaged and dangerous stretches of asphalt in the whole city for a pleasant pedestrian stroll.

(via 1 | The Lowline, New York’s Revolutionary Underground Park, Says Let There Be Light | Co.Exist: World changing ideas and innovation)