Public Space


Manhattan Waterfront Greenway

 |  Source: NYCEDC

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.


Coney Island Creek Resiliency Study

The Coney Island Creek Resiliency Study is a critical component to resiliency planning for the communities around Coney Island Creek. This study will investigate hydrological management strategies that would prevent and mitigate upland flooding, improve waterfront open space, strengthen neighborhood connections, enhance infrastructure, and provide opportunity for economic development around the creek.


Marcy Plaza Ribbon-Cutting

NYCEDC, in partnership with the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, unveiled Marcy Plaza, a new mile-long streetscape improvement project in the Bed-Stuy neighborhood.


Water Street Strategy

NYCEDC is implementing a comprehensive strategy to support the continued resurgence of this key Lower Manhattan district.


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.


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

 |  Source: Curbed


Jackson Avenue Streetscape Project

Completed in 2010, Phase 1 of The Jackson Avenue Streetscape Project is redefining Jackson Avenue as Long Island City’s main business corridor.


Pier 1 on Staten Island

Restored, rehabilitated, and ready for all to enjoy, Pier 1 pays tribute to its nautical past.