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77 Water Street

The Financial District building features an open plaza area, with an array of interesting elements, including honey locust trees, artificial stream beds and foot bridges.

Anita’s Way

This permanent public plaza accommodates artists and audiences in the center of New York City. The passageway between the Condè Nast building on 4 Times Square and Bank of America located at One Bryant Park was named after founder and principal of chashama, Anita Durst.

Arrow Community Garden

The Arrow Community Garden has an open green area, gardens, trees, and a community center space. It is near the Museum of the Moving Image.

Atlantic Antic

The Atlantic Antic is a living tribute to the myriad of heritages that coexist in Brooklyn. Spanning four neighborhoods from Hicks Street to Fourth Avenue, the Antic is the largest street festival in New York City! From start to finish, Atlantic Avenue is transformed into a sea of entertainment offering something for everyone.

Battery Park

One of the city‚ oldest public spaces, this 25-acre park at the tip of Manhattan and the confluence of the Hudson and East Rivers is the largest park in Lower Manhattan. Its name refers to the battery of cannons once placed here to protect New Amsterdam.

Battery Park City Parks Conservancy

Battery Park City Parks Conservancy is a non-profit organization that oversees the maintenance of 36 acres of parkland in Lower Manhattan.

Betsy Head Park

This park has been a presence in the neighborhood for almost 100 years. Built on land bequeathed to the city specifically for purposes of public health and recreation, it continues to serve the community as a nexus of activity today. The park has seen numerous improvements through the years, most notably the construction of the Play Center (pool and bathhouse), a monumental WPA-era building that set the bar for recreation facilities across the country.

Broad Street

This street in the Financial District runs north-south between Wall Street, at the New York Stock Exchange, and the East River. It is mostly closed to traffic and open only to pedestrians.