Have a helping of environmental friendliness at Picnic Peninsula, where all of the tables and benches are built from salvaged Longleaf Yellow Pine.
Step right up to the Granite Prospect! Its dramatic steps were forged from materials salvaged from the Roosevelt Island Bridge.
Empire Fulton Ferry
Peer into the history of Pier 1 – its benches were created using materials from the old Cold Storage Warehouses.
Recycling rocks! And you can see why at the Granite Terrace, which is made of repurposed granite from both the Willis Avenue and Roosevelt Island bridges.
Harbor View Lawn
Harbor no regrets about visiting Harbor View Lawn, a green, scenic destination sculpted with material from an LIRR excavation.
A sign of the times: the park’s Pier signs occupied this site for 30 years before they were salvaged from the Port Authority and refurbished for the park.
Sound Attenuating Berm
Hear this! This hill, which provides shelter from the noise of the BQE, is crafted from recycled MTA materials.
Dig into the design of Sandbox Village! Its seating area was built from salvaged wood collected from the Cold Storage Warehouses when they were deconstructed.