in the Public Realm
Hudson River Park: Tribeca Section Piers 25 and 26

Landscape Architects
Kim Mathews, Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects, Signe Nielsen
  • Constructed, 2008
  • American Society of Landscape Architects Honor Award 2008
  • National Park Service 'Designing the Parks' Merit Award 2010
  • Built by Women 2015
Tribeca Hudson River Park - Signe Nielsen
At 5.5 miles long, this is the largest park envisioned for Manhattan since Central Park of 1859. When completed, it will have 15 public-access piers and 400 acres of parkland. The firm coordinated with more than fifty city, state, and federal agencies to create the vast project’s master plan. The Tribeca Section features recreational, ecological, and educational piers, including a future estuarine study center. New Yorkers can play a round of 18-hole mini-golf of sand volleyball and also enjoy...
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Hudson River Park
Christopher St & West Street
New York, NY 10014
United States

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Hudson River Park Segment 4 (Piers 45 and 46)261 feet
Unknown Sculpture on West Street480 feet
Weehawken Street643 feet
159 Charles Street718 feet
Keller Hotel917 feet
United States Appraisers' Store0.2 miles
Greenwich Village Extension0.2 miles