- New Developments
110th to 123rd Street between Morningside Drive & Morningside Avenue
New York City, NY 10026
One of four historic Harlem parks, Morningside Park is a quiet haven where you'll find a waterfall, a pond and rocky, rugged terrain created by native Harlem schist.
679 Riverside Drive
New York City, NY 10031
Inspired by urban rooftop designs in Japan, this 28-acre multi-level landscaped park rises 69 feet above the Hudson River and offers just about every recreational activity under the sun (or under the rooftops of five major buildings) including skating, basketball and tennis courts, an athletic field, a restaurant, snack bars and an Olympic sized pool.
72nd to 128th Street along the Hudson River
New York City, NY 10115
The northern end of Riverside Park offers unparalleled scenic beauty, bike paths, playgrounds and an endless list of activities that take advantage of this modern vista by the Hudson River.
128th to 141st Street between St. Nicholas Terrace & St. Nicholas Avenue
New York City, NY 10030
This small park is bordered by rows of classic brownstones and loved by locals for its dog run, its rugged, rocky terrain and tree-lined paths.
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