By Nick StahlPublished Aug. 17, 2018 09:59:57Parking lot in New York’s Sinic Silver City is a massive undertaking.
Built to celebrate the arrival of the Empire State Building, the park is a giant swath of asphalt, lined with a series of solar panels that can be turned on and off at will.
It is a sprawling complex, one of the largest ever built, covering over 6,200 square feet (7,600 square meters) of land.
The park is part of a larger development in the Bronx called the Sinic Plaza, and has been open for the past two years, and it is only going to get bigger.
The park was designed by the renowned architect John F. Kennedy, who designed the Brooklyn Bridge and other New York landmarks.
It is the largest solar-powered parking lot in the world, and a prime example of the type of infrastructure that can support renewable energy production, particularly in a city like New York that has a population of about 1.2 million.
But even though it is the first such project in the United States, the Sinica Solar Park is a relatively new project.
There are no solar panels in the park at all, although a few solar installations are visible in the sky.
Instead, the sun’s rays are focused into the pavement by solar-panel arrays that provide the park with its power.
Solar panels are used to generate electricity to power a system of solar-thermal arrays that are connected to a network of generators, which are powered by wind, water, and solar energy.
This grid system generates electricity by using the sun and the wind to heat and cool a system, as well as by capturing sunlight.
The solar panels are located on the park’s edge, where they can be set to activate at the first sign of sun.
At other times, they can operate in a different mode depending on the temperature and location of the sun.
The panels are activated automatically whenever the sun shines on them.
The Sinic Solar Park was opened in October 2018 and the first solar panels were installed in January 2019.
There were also plans to install more solar panels, but those projects have been delayed due to costs.
The project has been in the works for more than a decade, and the project has faced some challenges over the years.
As a result, the project is being expanded to include more parking spaces and solar panels.
The first major solar-energy project to be built in New Jersey was built in 1989, and its construction began in 1990.
The project, which was known as the North Star Solar Project, was the largest in the state.
But in the early 2000s, the site was sold to the developer, the Hudson Valley Development Corporation.
The developer subsequently abandoned plans for a large-scale solar project, citing environmental concerns.
After the sale, the developer began a $400 million solar project in nearby East Brunswick, New Jersey.
But that project was shut down in 2012 due to a lack of money and a lack, ultimately, of permits.
After a decade-long delay, the developers of the Sinicum Solar Park in Manhattan announced plans to turn the park into a renewable energy project.
The site was re-developed and converted into a mixed-use project.
This project was also designed by John F, Kennedy.