The Lowline Lab is a long-term open laboratory and technical exhibit designed to test and showcase how the Lowline will grow and sustain plants underground. Built inside an abandoned market on the Lower East Side, just two blocks from the site of the proposed future Lowline, the Lowline Lab includes a series of controlled experiments in an environment mimicking the actual Lowline site.
We're excited to announce that the Lowline Lab will stay open for another year. The Lab has seen over 45,000 visitors so far. Through March 2017, we will both showcase our solar technology and the potential of new, year-round public spaces to tend of thousands more. And we can not wait to share in the excitement with each and every one of you.
The Lowline Lab features a rotating schedule of public talks and events. For the latest updates, check us out on Facebook.
140 Essex Street
(between Rivington and Stanton Streets)
Lower East Side – New York City
Subway: J/M/F Essex Delancey Street
Saturday and Sunday
11am – 5pm
Free and Open to the Public
October 2015- March 2017