TREES GROW IN CONCRETE JUNGLE
By ANGELA MONTEFINISE, NY Post
A barren downtown Manhattan traffic triangle will soon be transformed into a lush urban oasis.
DeLury Square, a cement-covered island at Fulton and Gold Streets, is going from gray to green in a $2.6 million renovation that will include trees, boulders, benches and a small waterfall.
Southbridge Towers, a co-op that owned the 8,700-square-foot patch, sold it to the Lower Manhattan Development Corp. last week for $5.5 million.