Cherry Street Pier reclaims a piece of the city's industrial infrastructure as a cultural and commercial anchor along the Delaware River, returning it to the public realm. A tactical investment strategy maximizes the Pier's public presence, with a series of programmed clusters of shipping containers inserted into the existing warehouse. These structures create a series of permanent and temporary environments for food, drink, work, shopping, recreation, art, and events. At the end of the pier, the roof of the existing structure was removed, creating a garden open to the sky with framed views of the Ben Franklin Bridge and the river. Project designed in collaboration with Groundswell Design Group.