A unique public park
Pier55 will revitalize a part of Hudson River Park with almost three acres of new public park space featuring lush greenery and a diverse array of world-class arts, educational and community programming.
Walking paths, rolling hills, seating areas and open lawns will give room to roam for visitors of all ages. A green belt of more than 100 species of trees will mesh with public art installations to bring a fresh new look to the waterfront.
A shared space for innovative new arts, educational and community events
Educational programming will provide school students with in-school learning opportunities and a waterfront space that sparks imagination and drives a love of the arts.
Three unique performance spaces — including a waterfront amphitheater — will provide a new home for world-class music and theater events, with performances including established artists and emerging local talent.
A place you can call your own
For some, it will be a place to gather with family and friends — for others, a place to enjoy unmatched views of the Hudson and the Manhattan skyline. Open to the public year round, it will be an iconic new landmark for our city and a unique new park space for all New Yorkers.
Opening in Hudson River Park near West 13th St, late 2019.