The Christopher Street Pier is a group of piers in Hudson River Park on the Hudson River waterfront of Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York City, numbered 42, 45, 46, and 51. "Christopher Street Pier" usually refers specifically to Pier 45 opposite W. 10th Street, which can be reached by crossing West Street.Once a working part of the New York waterfront, the Pier had physically decayed by the 1980s and had developed a vibrant gay social scene for "cruising". Since renovations and the opening of the Hudson River Park's new Greenwich Village segment in 2003, it has retained its role as a gathering place for gay youth from New York City and New Jersey who have been congregating at the pier since the 1970s.
However, residents of Christopher Street have complained about noisy teenagers leaving the park after its 1 a.m. curfew.
Official Website https://hudsonriverpark.org/explore-the-park/locations/pier-45
Address (Unnamed Road), Manhattan 10014, United States
Coordinates 40°43'59.432" N -74°0'44.925" E