Jane’s Carousel

Jane’s Carousel opened to the public on September 16th in Brooklyn Bridge Park at the Empire Fulton Ferry. The Carousel is named after Jane Walentas, wife of DUMBO developer David Walentas, who bought the old carousel for $385,000 in 1984 from an auction. The Carousel was restored, donated to the city and is now housed in a spectacular Pavilion designed by Pritzker Prize winning French architect Jean Nouvel. Beautiful Carousel and the park with an amazing view of the... Read More

Empire Fulton Ferry

Empire Fulton Ferry is a 4.5-acre park situated between the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges at Brooklyn Bridge Park. This area offers breath-taking views of the harbor and the Manhattan skyline. Now the home of the restored Jane’s Carousel, a gift of Jane and David Walentas to the City.  Great place for a picnic, reading, sunbathing, dog-friendly, or people watch and there’s also a playground. Nearby DUMBO. Its a beautiful spot for wedding and engagement pictures –... Read More

Brooklyn Bridge Park

Brooklyn Bridge Park offers one of the most beautiful sights in the urban areas of the US, with breath-taking views of the Manhattan skyline, waterfront and bridges.  It also has amazing sunsets with shades of orange-pink over New York City. The park has a playground for kids, Jane’s Carousel, Brooklyn’s Ice Cream Factory, and much more, which will be covered more in detail during the autumn season. The Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy presents free outdoor movies (Movies... Read More

DUMBO

DUMBO for “Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass” offers trendy stores, art galleries, great restaurants, and cafés. Its located between the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges, with spacious industrial buildings, lofts and cobblestone streets all around the area. DUMBO includes St. Ann’s Warehouse, with an ongoing event calendar of music and performing arts. Today it is becoming a “hot” New York Style neighborhood with expensive lofts and great restaurants.... Read More

Motorexpo

The Motorexpo will be held at the World Financial Center in the heart of Lower Manhattan for the 4th annual New York event. When: Sunday, September 18 to Friday, September 23 2011. Time: Sunday 11am-5pm  and Monday to Friday 10am-6pm World Financial Center is located in Lower Manhattan at the center of Battery Park City, overlooking the New York Harbor and the Hudson River. The four granite and glass office towers encompasses about eight million square feet of office space,... Read More

Winter Garden

The Winter Garden is in the heart of the World Financial Center, includes spectacular tall Palm trees and benches, offering a tropical spirit, with stunning views of glass-enclosed greenhouse pavilion. The Winter Garden has specialty shops and restaurants overlooking the waterfront plaza with great views of the Hudson River. The Winter Garden is the main stage for Arts World Financial Center, offering free performing arts and cultural for visitors and New Yorker’s alike. A... Read More

Battery Park City

Take in breathtaking sunset scenery of the New York Harbor at Battery Park and Battery Park City. Battery Park is a 25-acre park located at the southern tip of Manhattan, and Battery Park City is a community with office and residential buildings located northwest of the Park. Children, adults and pets come to explore Battery Park City – you can bike, run, jog, take great photos, rollerblade and see concerts outside of the World Financial Center Plaza. World Financial... Read More

World Financial Center

World Financial Center is located in Lower Manhattan at the center of Battery Park City, overlooking the New York Harbor and the Hudson River. The four granite and glass office towers encompasses about eight million square feet of office space, and post-modern architecture, with up to 51 floors, designed by Cesar Pelli. The Winter Garden is in the heart of the World Financial Center, includes spectacular tall Palm trees and benches offering a tropical spirit, with stunning... Read More

City that never Sleeps

The city that never sleeps is officially shut down. New York City announced for the first time ever mandatory evacuation of approximately 250,000 people that reside on the low-lying waterfront areas of the city.  Read More