NYC Resources 311 Office of the Mayor
"Shaping the City's Future"
RSS RSS Feed
Follow @NYCPlanning on Twitter Twitter
  SEARCH  
City Planning:

 

Take me to...
Commission Meetings
Commission Reports
Census FactFinder
LUCATS - Land Use
Application Tracking
ZoLa - Zoning and Land Use Application
Community Data Portal
Waterfront Access Map
Zoning Map Finder
Map & Bookstore
Job Opportunities
Press Releases
DCP Site Map
Contact DCP

 

Click Once to Submit Query

 

Translate this page
 
Projects & Proposals > Manhattan > Manhattan Waterfront Greenway Printer Friendly Version
NYC Greenway Manhattan Waterfront Logo
Manhattan Waterfront Greenway
MWG Home | Maps | Virtual Ride | Planning
Maps: Introduction | Completed Route | Waterfront Links | Long-Term Route



  Archived Content

This page describes the state of the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway in 2004.  It was developed as an overview of the planning process at that time.  Current information about this and other components of New York City's bicycle network can be found at the Department of Transportation website.  See more information about the Department of City Planning's Bicycle and Greenway Planning program.




Previous Slide Previous Segment Dyckman to the Broadway Bridge Next Segment Next Slide
Dyckman Street to 201st Street Locator Map
View Detailed Map

Between Dyckman Street and West 201st Street it is difficult to access the waterfront because of the various private owners and municipal uses there. In many sections the waterfront is fenced-off and inaccessible to the public. Waterfront properties in this section are occupied by the Department of Parks & Recreation, Con Edison, New York City Transit, the Department of Business Services, the Department of Sanitation, and Paragon Cable. While it is unlikely that all these entities would agree to a greenway through their properties, consistent with the City’s Sherman Creek Task Force plans, a waterfront path between these two streets is envisioned for some undetermined time in the future DCP’s current recommendation is that a permanent route be put in place on Tenth Avenue, though eventually some sort of cantilevered structure may be possible.

photo of Con Edison site near 203rd Street
Con Edison site near 203rd Street

photo of Tenth Avenue Northbound
Tenth Avenue northbound







Copyright 2014 The City of New York Contact Us Privacy Policy Terms of Use