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Federal Hill Park

Federal Hill Park is a 10.3 acres park located in Baltimore, Maryland on the south shore of the Inner Harbor. The park is a signature Baltimore landmark and offers visitors some of the most noted views in the city often photographed looking north ...

                                               

Fort Armistead

Fort Armistead was built from 1897 to 1901 as part of the large-scale Endicott Program. Other forts of this era in the Coast Defenses of Baltimore include Fort Howard, Fort Carroll, and Fort Smallwood. Fort Armistead is in the Hawkins Point secti ...

                                               

Gwynns Falls Leakin Park

The adjoining Gwynns Falls Park and Leakin Park, in Baltimore, Maryland, United States, generally referred to as "Gwynns Falls/Leakin Park," covers 1.216 acres of contiguous parkland, forming the most extensive park in the city. Gwynns Falls-Leak ...

                                               

Mount Washington Arboretum

The Mt. Washington Arboretum was founded in 1999. It was built on the site of an apartment complex destroyed during Hurricane David 1979 Hurricane David and later condemned.

                                               

Riverside Park (Baltimore)

Riverside Park is a nearly 17-acre public park located in the historic Riverside neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland. Early in Baltimore history, the site of Riverside Park was often used as a lookout point because of the clear view it offered of ...

                                               

Sherwood Gardens

Sherwood Gardens is a 6-acre park located in the Guilford neighborhood of Northern Baltimore, Maryland. The gardens are bordered by East Highfield, Underwood, Stratford and Greenway Roads. In addition to well-groomed, standard ground cover, Sherw ...

                                               

Venable Park

Venable Park is a former city park located in the Waverly neighborhood of Baltimore. Maryland, United States. The park opened in about 1908 and was originally called Holyrood Park. In 1910 it was renamed Venable Park, after the recently-deceased ...

                                               

Esplanade (Bronx)

Esplanade, also known as Esplanade Avenue, is a 0.8-mile street with a series of green traffic medians in the Morris Park and Pelham Gardens neighborhoods of the Bronx in New York City. The street was constructed in 1912 atop a covered trench of ...

                                               

Hunts Point Riverside Park

Hunts Point Riverside Park is a riverside park located in the Hunts Point neighborhood in the South Bronx section of New York City. It is the first new riverside park to be built in the area in over sixty years, and is the first of a planned seri ...

                                               

Mullaly Park

                                               

Pelham Parkway

The Bronx and Pelham Parkway, also known formally as the Bronx–Pelham Parkway but called Pelham Parkway in everyday use, is a 2.25-mile-long parkway in the borough of the Bronx in New York City. The road begins in Bronx Park at the Bronx River Pa ...

                                               

Soundview Park

Soundview Park is a 205-acre park on Clason Point in the Bronx, New York City, situated where the Bronx River flows into the East River, roughly opposite Rikers Island and LaGuardia Airport. The park is adjacent to the Clason Point, Hunts Point, ...

                                               

University Woods

University Woods, also known as Cedar Park, is a small woodland park in the University Heights neighborhood in the borough of the Bronx, overlooking the Harlem River crested between Sedgwick and Cedar Avenues in New York City. After having been n ...

                                               

Wave Hill

Wave Hill is a 28-acre estate in the Hudson Hill section of Riverdale, The Bronx, in New York City. Wave Hill currently consists of public horticultural gardens and a cultural center, all situated on the slopes overlooking the Hudson River, with ...

                                               

Anthony Catanzaro Square

Anthony Catanzaro Square is located within a traffic triangle that is the result of three street grids that meet in the Bath Beach neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. At this junction, West 16 Street meets its northern end at the same place where ...

                                               

Ascenzi Square

Ascenzi Square is a small plaza formed by the intersection of two street grids that meet at Metropolitan Avenue in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York City. Roebling Street traverses both grids, making a slight jog to the southwes ...

                                               

Bensonhurst Park

Bensonhurst Park is a park in Bath Beach, Brooklyn, New York City. The park stretches from the north border at Cropsey Avenue to the south border at Lower New York Bay. The park has a playground on the north-east side, a field in the middle of th ...

                                               

Brooklyn Heights Promenade

The Brooklyn Heights Promenade, also called the Esplanade, is a 1.826-foot -long platform and pedestrian walkway cantilevered over the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway in Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn, New York City, United States. With views of Lower Man ...

                                               

Brower Park

Brower Park is a municipal park in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, New York City. It is located between Brooklyn Avenue to the west and Kingston Avenue to the east, and between St. Marks Avenue to the north and Park Place to the south. The T-shaped park ...

                                               

Cadman Plaza

Cadman Plaza is a park located on the border of the Brooklyn Heights and Downtown Brooklyn neighborhoods in Brooklyn, New York City. Named for Reverend Doctor Samuel Parkes Cadman, a renowned minister in the Brooklyn Congregational Church, it is ...

                                               

Calvert Vaux Park

Calvert Vaux Park is an 85.53-acre public park in Gravesend, Brooklyn, in New York City. Created in 1934, it is composed of several disconnected sections along the Belt Parkway between Bay 44th and Bay 49th Streets. The peninsula upon which the p ...

                                               

Canarsie Park (Brooklyn)

                                               

Dyker Beach Park and Golf Course

The Dyker Beach Park and Golf Course is a public park and a municipal, 18-hole, championship golf course in the southernmost part of Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, in New York City, United States. The area stretches from the Belt Parkway in the south t ...

                                               

Flatbush Malls

The Flatbush Malls are a series of tree-lined landscaped medians along several roads in the Victorian Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York City. An architecture critic has written that the malls "give the streets an uncommon spaciousness, ...

                                               

Highland Park (Brooklyn)

Highland Park is a park located in Brooklyn, New York City, on the border with Queens. The Brooklyn neighborhood to its south is commonly regarded as Cypress Hills which is part of the East New York neighborhood. The Queens neighborhoods to the n ...

                                               

Jamaica Bay Park

                                               

John Paul Jones Park

John Paul Jones Park is a public park located in Fort Hamilton, Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. The park borders Shore Road, Fourth Avenue, 101st Street, and Fort Hamilton Parkway. The park is managed by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation, ...

                                               

Leif Ericson Park

                                               

Satellite Park

Lieutenant Joseph Petrosino Park is a New York City public park located in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, New York City between 70th Street to the north, 71st Street to the south, 16th Avenue to the east, and New Utrecht Avenue to the west. It is on the ...

                                               

Maria Hernandez Park

Maria Hernandez Park is a municipal park in Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York City. It is located between Knickerbocker Avenue on the southwest to Irving Avenue on the northeast, and Starr Street on the northwest to Suydam Street on the southeast. The ...

                                               

Ocean Parkway (Brooklyn)

Ocean Parkway is a 4.86-mile boulevard in the west-central portion of the New York City borough of Brooklyn. It is inventoried by the New York State Department of Transportation as New York State Route 908H, an unsigned reference route.

                                               

Red Hook Park

                                               

Satellite Park

                                               

Seth Low Playground

Seth Low Playground is a five-acre park located in the Bensonhurst neighborhood of Brooklyn. The park is named after Seth Low, a former Mayor of New York City and president of Columbia University. The City acquired this playground in 1924 as a pa ...

                                               

Shore Boulevard Mall

Shore Boulevard Mall is a waterfront promenade extending for nearly a mile along the southern bank of Sheepshead Bay in the Manhattan Beach neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. Residential development began in the area in 1907, following the decli ...

                                               

The Soul in the Hole

                                               

Zion Triangle

                                               

Brooklyn–Queens Greenway

The Brooklyn–Queens Greenway is a bicycling and pedestrian path connecting parks and roads in the New York City boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens, connecting Coney Island in the south to Fort Totten in the north, on Long Island Sound. The route con ...

                                               

Sunset Park Greenway

The Sunset Park Greenway is a 4.41 mile -long, signed cycle route traversing Sunset Park, Brooklyn with portions running through the adjacent neighborhoods of Bay Ridge, Borough Park and Kensington.

                                               

Chris Postiglione Triangle

Chris Postiglione Triangle is a green space in the Fresh Meadows neighborhood of Queens, New York City, formed by the separation of the eastbound Horace Harding Expressway, 64th Avenue, and 174th Street. Its namesake, Christopher S. Postiglione, ...

                                               

College Point Fields

College Point Fields is a public park in College Point, Queens, New York City. It is bounded by Ulmer and 130th Streets to the west, 23rd Avenue to the north, Linden Place to the east, and 26th Avenue and the remains of Mill Creek to the south. T ...

                                               

Crocheron Park

Before becoming a park, the area facing Little Neck Bay was the summer hotel called the Crocheron House, which stood for nearly half a century. The building resembled an Italian villa and included a square tower at one corner, large windows, and ...

                                               

Doughboy Park

Doughboy Park is a 1.71-acre New York City public park in the Woodside neighborhood of Queens. It is located on a hilly parcel of land between Skillman Avenue and Woodside Avenue, and between 54th Street and 56th Street. The park land was origina ...

                                               

Elmhurst Park

Elmhurst Park is a 6.22-acre public park located in Elmhurst, Queens, New York City. The site was formerly home to the Elmhurst gas tanks, a pair of large natural gas storage gasometers that were 200 feet tall. The area is bordered on the south b ...

                                               

Foch Sitting Area

Foch Sitting Area is a 0.051-acre green public space in the South Jamaica neighborhood of Queens, New York, at the southeast corner of Foch Boulevard and the northbound service road of the Van Wyck Expressway. Like the adjacent Foch Boulevard, it ...

                                               

Foothill Malls

Foothill Malls is a series of eight traffic medians straddling 193rd Street between Foothill Avenue and Jamaica Avenue in the Hollis neighborhood of Queens, New York City. The surrounding neighborhood was developed in 1885 by Frederick W. Dunton ...

                                               

Hunters Point South

Hunters Point South is a mixed-use development for middle income residents situated on approximately 30 acres of prime waterfront property in 30 acres in Long Island City, the westernmost neighborhood of the New York City borough of Queens. Up to ...

                                               

Kohlreiter Square

Kohlreiter Square is an 8.6-acre public green space located in the Arverne neighborhood on Rockaway Peninsula in Queens, New York. It located along the north side of Rockaway Freeway between Beach 67th and Beach 69th Streets. The park honors two ...

                                               

Libra Triangle

Libra Triangle is a 0.028 acres public green space located in the neighborhood of Elmhurst in Queens, New York, at the intersection of Broadway and Justice Avenue. Prior to its consolidation with New York City in 1898, Elmhurst was known as the t ...

                                               

Linden Park (Queens)

Linden Park, officially known as Park of the Americas, is a 3.08-acre park located in the center of the Corona neighborhood of Queens, New York City. It has stood out as a green square block on maps since the village of West Flushing was first ma ...

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