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    Venus is artist Lawrence Argent's interpretation of the classic Venus de Milo sculpture
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    Venus stands 92 feet tall, slightly shorter than the Statue of Liberty's 111.5 feet
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    The statue is made of stainless steel sections welded together
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    View of Venus from one of the higher floors at Trinity Place
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    The mosaic path extends nearly 50 yards long
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    A 20-seat Carrara marble table. To give the table "movement", Argent added a "ripple" along the marble table top.
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    Custom-designed seven-foot glass bollards with illuminated hollow centers
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    The decorative bollards weigh 8,000 pounds each

Courtyard at Trinity Place Opening Thursday Afternoon

May 15, 2017

Piazza Angelo, the brand new courtyard at Trinity Place, is opening Thursday afternoon. The courtyard stands in the heart of the three buildings that make Trinity Place and features artist Lawrence Argent’s interpretation of Venus de Milo, Venus. At 92-foot feet, Venus is the tallest sculpture in the city!

The one-acre art filled park also features mosaic tile, a 20-seat Carrara marble table with a “ripple” along the table top, and illuminated bollards. This is a one-of-a-kind courtyard.

Piazza Angelo is open to the public daily from 10 am to 6 pm.

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