A man died Thursday afternoon after jumping into the water in Harlem Meer Park, an NYPD spokesman said reports Patch.
The Park! The Views!! This will not last!!! This stunning 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment on Central Park North will take your breath away.
By Marc Peoples When you visit Central Park do you ever wonder about the history behind it?
The Central Park Conservancy and The Parks Department have unveiled plans to revamp Lasker Skating Rink and Swimming Pool located in the Harlem Meer the northern section of Central Park.
Join us for a morning of catch-and-release fishing at the Harlem Meer! Some of the fish living in the Meer include largemouth bass, pumpkinseed sunfish, bluegill sunfish, carp, and chain pickerel.
In advance of Earth Day 2018, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that Central Park from the Harlem Meer to Heckscher Playground, the world’s most iconic greenspace, will become entirely car-free.
The Central Park Conservancy, the organization that helps maintain Manhattan’s largest park, will host its 21st annual holiday lighting ceremony Thursday.
NY Daily News reports that a car erupted in flames just outside Harlem Meer at Central Park early Friday.
CBS reports that police released surveillance images of a man they say raped a woman at the Harlem Meer in Central Park after he’d offered to walk her home.
ABC 7 reports that a woman was robbed and raped in Central Park and police in Harlem are still searching for the suspect.
Even when the weather outside is frightful, Central Park is so delightful! Don’t let the colder temperatures stop you from taking advantage of all the Park has to offer.
Experience Central Park’s Harlem Meer as a precious bird habitat and migration hot spot! Bring your family on a guided walk led by Central Park Conservancy staff and NYC Audubon Society.
The photographs at the Harlem Meer in Central Park were taken by Sharon Cuff on Saturday, July 18th, 2015.
This is a rare photogravure Victorian/Edwardian era print of laborers taking 843 rocky, swampy acres and reshaping it into a man-made oasis of nature in Central Park’s Harlem Meer in stages in 1859 through the 1860s.
By Bretton Love In the heart of Harlem, a forgotten world of natural wonders lies beneath the bustling streets.