A number of neighborhoods along the Hudson River define the Park – the expansive lawns of Clinton; the athletic facilities and historic landmarks of Chelsea; the piers and esplanades of Greenwich Village; and the horticultural walkways and public art of Tribeca – with much more to come.
New York City
, New York
Hudson River Park is a 550-acre riverside park and estuarine sanctuary located on the west side of Manhattan between Battery Place and W.59th Street. It is the largest park to undergo construction in Manhattan since Central Park was created, and includes beautiful public piers, a waterside esplanade, and limited commercial activities at several sites.
More than 165 special entertainment events and summer programs are
offered across Hudson River Park’s 550 acres of lush parkland and marine
sanctuary—in the water, across nine of our public piers, and under the
Chelsea Waterside Playground
is closed for construction Please use playgroundson Pier 51 at Horatio St. and on Pier 25 at N. Moore St.