193 Eldridge Street, Penthouse 6

Have you ever thought about unplugging and sleeping under the stars for a night? We know just the place.  It’s surrounded by mature pine trees, beach grass, lavender, and bayberry bushes. No, it’s not the Hamptons. You’re on a rooftop in the Lower East Side.  Well, it’s not just any rooftop, It’s Penthouse 6 at 193 Eldridge Street and it’s the latest edition of “Outdoor Spaces We Love.”  193 Eldridge is a ...

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Sweet Dreams are Made of This – Domino Park

And the sweetest park of them all.  Domino Park, the fabulous new waterside park in Williamsburg, brings a fresh look to the urban landscape and a true treat to visitors, young and old alike.  If you are not familiar with this green space, it was recently featured in various news outlets as the city park with the newly created social-distancing circles. Domino Park is part of the re-development of the former Domino ...

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One Of The City’s Best Kept Secrets – Elevated Acre Park

If you’ve ever wondered what a park of the future looks like, chances are you’ve walked by this one without knowing it. Located in Manhattan’s Financial District, this lush and cloistered park is hidden atop a four-story parking garage. Accessed via LED-lit escalators that make you feel like you’re entering the world of Tron, this public park was built in 2005 and is one of the finest green spaces in ...

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A Solemn Reminder – Liberty Park

Liberty Park, just south of the World Trade Center, is probably one of the more delightful accidental places in all of New York City.  As most downtown visitors stream up Greenwich Street with an eye on the 9/11 Memorial, a few lucky ones curiously walk up the steps to this elevated park and immediately feel captivated by the serenity of this public space.   In the truest example of New York City ...

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