Hudson River Park

Local nameHudson River Park
LocationManhattan, New York City

Hudson River Park is a waterside park on the North River that extends from 59th Street south to Battery Park in the New York City borough of Manhattan. The park, a component of the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway, stretches 4.5 miles and comprises 550 acres, making it the second-largest park in Manhattan after the 843-acre Central Park.

Hudson River Park is a joint state and city collaboration, but is organized as a New York State public-benefit corporation. Plans for the park were devised in the late 1980s following the cancellation of the Westway plan, which had proposed an interstate highway to replace the deteriorated West Side Elevated Highway. The park was built starting in the 1990s in conjunction with the construction of the surface-level West Side Highway. Work was completed over several stages through the 2010s.

Tags RiversideStrolling AreaPromenadePark
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Opening hours

The bike path is open 24/7.
Several areas such as playgrounds close at dusk.

More information and contact


Official website





Phone +1 212 627 2020

Address 31 11th Ave, Manhattan 10011, United States

Coordinates 40°44'36.46" N -74°0'33.199" E

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