Less than ten years ago, near the Brooklyn Bridge the homonymous park was born. The goal, achieved, was to create a green place with ecological and biological spaces in which you can walk. You can also admire a spectacular view on Manhattan.
Widely known for its intricate humanmade watercourse and its trees, the bulk of Brooklyn's remaining indigenous forest, the park is a highly functional green space. Contained within its 526 acres are a zoo, the first urban-area Audubon Center in the nation, an ice rink, a band shell, a carousel, and dozens of athletic and recreational facilities.
Tucked between the Financial District and the Hudson River, Battery Park City bustles with professionals during the day, but turns quiet and peaceful at night. The Battery Park City Esplanade runs along the waterfront. Battery Park City feels removed from the hustle and bustle of Lower Manhattan. Residents embrace the neighborhood’s peaceful environment, and can often be found running, biking and strolling along its waterfront esplanade.
This colorful botanical garden is located in the Brooklyn neighborhood. It is considered by the New York Times the most important "natural" attraction in New York. What is surprising is the incredible number of different gardens within the garden itself. You have to discover this great mechanism similar to the Chinese matrioska.
Gramercy Park is a small green area in New York. It is located in Manhattan in the South part of Lexington avenue. It is a private park accessible only to residents of the area who pay an annual sum to visit it.
You can find this pretty park surrounded by New York University’s buildings, in Greenwich village.
A small park in the Heart of Manhattan with a view on the Flatiron Building.
Bryant Park is an oasis of 39’000 square meters in the jungle of Manhattan. Home of the popular skating ring and super pretty Christmas markets during wintertime and the outdoor cinema on summertime, Bryant Park has a wide range of offers for newyorkers as well as tourists.
The High Line is an extraordinary example of urban redevelopement, and one the most beautiful strolls in New York
Designed and created by Frederick Law and Calvert Vaux, Central Park is certainly the most popular and known park all over the world; with its 843 acres, Central Park is the green lung in the heart of Manhattan.