Parks

Project

Manhattan Waterfront Greenway

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.

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Free Public Pools in NYC

 |  StatsBee
The city has 56 free swimming pools, but Labor Day is the last day for you to take advantage of them. Just in time for the holiday, StatsBee brings you a map of all 56 free public pools in the city. Dive in!

PRESS RELEASE

NYCEDC and Department of Parks and Recreation Announce Initiative to Encourage Greater Use of City Piers by Historic Vessels, and Spur Tourism

NYCEDC and the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) today announced new measures to encourage greater use of City piers by historic and cultural vessels, and spur tourism.

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WNYC Transmitter Park Opens

 |  NYCEDC
The Greenpoint waterfront in Brooklyn is getting a little greener with the opening of WNYC Transmitter Park on the banks of the East River. Learn more about the project and share your photos of WNYC Transmitter Park!

Project

East Midtown Waterfront

The East Midtown Waterfront Project will fill a major gap in the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway between East 38th and East 61st Streets on the East River.

NEWS

High Line Section 3 Update: What's Next at Hudson Yards

 |  Source: Curbed

NEWS

Funds Found to Boost Park In Manhattan

 |  Source: The Wall Street Journal

PODCAST

#19 The Economic Impact of Parks

NYCEDC examines how three City parks influenced real estate values in their areas.

NEWS

Miracle Above Manhattan

 |  Source: National Geographic