Bushwick Inlet Park

N. 9th - N. 14th & Kent Ave
N. 14th - Quay & Franklin

Bushwick Inlet Park

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In 2005, New York City’s rezoning of Williamsburg and Greenpoint mapped 28 acres of future waterfront parkland for a community that has severely lacked parks and open space. The proposed future park would extend from N. 9th Street across the Bushwick Inlet to Quay Street, giving residents of Williamsburg and Greenpoint full access to the East River. The park vision includes a boat launch, a museum dedicated to the Civil War era battleship USS Monitor, picnic grounds, athletic fields, volleyball courts, wetland preserves, gardens, performance spaces, a dog run and a two mile bicycle and pedestrian path along the East River. The first phase of this development, a soccer field, began in March 2009 and was completed in January 2010. Construction on the second phase of this development will begin in Summer 2010.

(718) 237-2786


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