The Hudson River Park Trust announced today the reopening of Hudson River Park’s newly renovated Chelsea Waterside Park section just 40 minutes from Harlem.
The Hudson River Park Trust today broke ground on the Pier 26 Science Play Area at N Moore Street in Manhattan’s Hudson River Park just 40 minutes from Harlem.
The Hudson River Park Trust announced Robert Atterbury as its new Executive Vice President of Park Relationships & Programs and Robert Rodriguez as Executive Vice President of Park Management.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today appointed Deputy Mayor Vicki Been as the new Chair of the Hudson River Park Trust.
Governor Kathy Hochul and Mayor Eric Adams today welcomed the opening of Gansevoort Peninsula, a 5.5-acre green oasis that is now the largest stand-alone recreational space within Hudson River Park.
Hudson River Park today unveiled its programming lineup for the 2023 season, with hundreds of free events announced from May through November.
The Hudson River Park Trust today announced that Pier 57 (thirty minutes from Harlem) has received a 2022 New York State Preservation Award.
Just 30 minutes from Harlem, Hudson River Park announced today that its annual Pumpkin Smash event will return to Pier 84 on November 5, 2022.
Nearly 800 New Yorkers will head to their local parks on Saturday, May 21st for Spring IMP-act Day—an annual citywide park beautification day.
Less than 25 minutes on the train from Harlem, Hudson River Park today announced its busiest ever Spring and Summer lineup.
Hudson River Park Friends announced today that Diana Taylor has been approved as its new Board Chair, succeeding Michael Novogratz.
Fort Tryon Park is a fusion of natural and landscaped terrain.
Just thirty minutes from Harlem, Hudson River Park announced today that its annual Pumpkin Smash will take place at Hudson River Park’s Pier 84 on November 7, 2021.
Today, the Senate Democratic Majority will pass legislation in honor of Earth Day to continue protecting the state’s environment.
The Hudson River Park Trust will open Pier 26 on September 30th, 2020, just 30 minutes south from Harlem, the first new public pier to open in the four-mile-long Hudson River Park in a decade.