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West Side Highway
New York City, New York

  • project West Side Highway Ferry Terminal
  • architect William Nicholas Bodouva + Associates
  • landscape architect Thomas Balsley + Associates
  • lighting designer Domingo Gonzalez Associates- Architectural Lighting Design
  • general contractor Shanska USA
  • electrical planning Joseph Loring + Associates

The West Side High­way (offi­cially the Joe DiMag­gio High­way) is a mostly sur­face sec­tion of New York State Route 9A (NY 9A) that runs from West 72nd Street along the Hudson River to the south­ern tip of Man­hat­tan in New York City. It replaced the West Side Ele­vated High­way, built between 1929 and 1951, which was shut down in 1973 due to neglect and lack of main­te­nance, and was dis­man­tled by 1989. The cur­rent high­way was com­plete by 2001, but required some recon­struc­tion due to damage sus­tained in the 911 attacks. It uses the sur­face streets that existed before the ele­vated high­way was built. Thou­sands of tourists, jog­gers, bikers, and com­muters travel the West Side High­way every day.

Selux Corral Columns and Bol­lards were installed at the West Side High­way, located across from the Jacob Javitz Con­ven­tion Center on the down­town New York river­side. The columns grace­fully illu­mi­nate the ter­mi­nal as well as river­walk attrac­tions.

  • Corral® by Selux is a diffuse family of luminaires consisting of columns and bollards. The protective Corral® rings around the diffuse polycarbonate shielding add a decorative feature, and can be selected in a variety of lit section heights. For columns, choose from a straight or tapered pole with an overall height up to 16 feet.
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