Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Highbridge Park and Water Tower is the #1 Hidden Gem and Best Little-Known Park in NYC.

CBS NY Selects Highbridge Park and Water Tower as the Best Little-Known Park in NYC

On April 17 2012 CBS NY TV ran a piece on the Best Little-Known Parks in NYC and selected Highbridge Park and Water Tower as the #1 choice.


City Guide Selects Highbridge Park and Water Tower as the #1 Hidden Gem Park in NYC

On July 19, 2013, City Guide published NYC Parks: 10 Hidden Gems and selected Highbridge Park and Water Tower as the #1 Hidden Gem.  Great picture of the High Bridge and colorful trees.

5 comments:

  1. John (Washington Heights)August 18, 2013 at 4:35 PM

    Well, if it wasn't the hidden gem before, I hope it is after they finish the bridge reconstruction. I would prefer that no one came after the bridge opens.

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  2. Dan (Ft. Washintong Ave., Heights)August 19, 2013 at 5:05 PM

    Fat Chance. This place will be swarming with people wanting to cross that bridge either walking or in bicycles. I don't think there is a bike rental place anywhere near the park. My kids can't wait. They have their bike's ready already.

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    1. Arturo (168th St., Washington Heights)August 19, 2013 at 5:08 PM

      That's what we need when the bridge opens. A bike rental place. I can go with my girl on one of those bicycles built for two. Are you guys in the development association listening to us?

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    2. If you read this blog, you will see that there as been some interest in the area for a bicycle rental/service/sales store adjacent to the park. It turns out that there are now three companies expressing interest in such a project. I doubt that they will all come to the neighborhood. After all, one would be enough for starters.

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  3. Carlos (Washington Heights)August 21, 2013 at 9:17 PM

    I look forward to the bridge opening and the happy bicyclists crossing the bridge. I hope there isn't a traffic jam at the middle of the bridge.

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