In a district with the least acreage of public open space in Manhattan – only 26 acres – the residents of CB6 look toward the East River Waterfront as a major community resource for both active recreation and quiet reflection.
- EGAP presentation, East Midtown Waterfront Esplanade, Feb. 2015. The continuous mile-long greenway from East 38th – 60th Street along the East River is a complex project that involves Robert Moses Playground, Asser Levy Park, and the planned UN consolidation building. The Waterside pier from 38th to 41st Streets, formerly used by Con Ed, is to be open by end of 2015.
- NYCEDC update on Waterside Pier – East Midtown Waterfront Esplanade – May, 2014
- NYCEDC presentation on the East Midtown Waterfront Esplanade, November 6, 2013
- NYC Comprehensive Waterfront Plan
- CB6 Waterfront Conditions Survey