Lowline co-founder’s children and ex went missing in Bahamas plane crash

This week, the New York news is filled with reports on a small plane carrying four locals who have disappeared near Bahamas.

This plane, the Daily News revealed yesterday, was carrying the children of a New York designer who was recognized for his work on the world's first underground park on the Lower East Side. The park, called Lowline, was designed by James Ramsey, founding director of Raad Studio, a New York company that Ramsey founded in 2004. Still in its concept phase, Lowline, which can be installed under the Delancy Street / Essex Street The station received preliminary approval from the city last year.

"I lost what I loved more than anything," Ramsey told The Daily News. "I still hope this is not real and I will wake up. I would not want this pain for the worst person in the world."

Ramsey's former partner, Jennifer Blumin, flew on the plane with her boyfriend, Nathan Ulrich, with her two young sons of Ramsey. Ulrich, the pilot, was leading the group in Florida from Puerto Rico when the plane he was flying disappeared from the radar nearly 40 miles east of Eleuthera, Bahamas. Blumin, a space event planner, is the CEO of Skylight Studios, a Tribeca company that turns distinctive spaces into concert venues, track shows and design fairs.

After finding debris that can match the aircraft, the Coast Guard continues to search; So far, the agency has covered 8,200 square miles.