Manhattan’s next big park isn’t in the center, it’s on the edge! The de Blasio administration is committing more that $250 million to close the loop of the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway. So, one day soon, you’ll be able to walk, run, bike, or skate around all of Manhattan in one, park. Uninterrupted.
The Manhattan Waterfront Greenway is an important open space resource for the city, providing access to the shoreline for a variety of activities, integrating larger parks within a connected network, and providing a bicycle transportation facility for recreation and commuting.
In partnership with Speaker of the New York City Council's office and the Harlem African Burial Ground Task Force, NYCEDC has launched a community-based planning process for the redevelopment of the former East 126th Street MTA Bus Depot.
Find out how NYCEDC is helping to grow and strengthen communities around New York City with NYCEDC in Your Neighborhood. In Manhattan, Seward Park saw a major milestone with the approval of project's Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP), a major step in making the project a reality.