At 2,200 acres, Freshkills Park is almost three times the size of Central Park and the largest park to be
Go behind-the-scenes a the construction site of the largest landfill-to-park project in the world, Freshkills Park in Staten Island!
Despite being the most well-known park, Central Park doesn't top the list of New York City's biggest parks. Five other NYC parks dwarf Central Park in acreage.
As Freshkills Park is built gradually in phases, NYC Parks has offered Untapped Cities Members early access to visit sections that are currently closed.
As a preview for Freshkills Park's much anticipated opening, we've rounded up 10 fun facts about the green space, dealing with infrastructure, 9/11 and more.
One man's trash is another man's treasure at the City Reliquary's exhibit, NYC Trash!: Past, Present, & Future, which includes an outdoor sculpture garden.
An immersive installation by Stefani Bardin and Assaf Tamir, entitled The Fantastic Voyage, will explore food production and its role in personal wellbeing.
Yesterday was the groundbreaking of North Park at Freshkills Park on Staten Island, the first section inside the boundaries of the Fresh Kills Landfill.
The AIA Center for Architecture in NYC once again hosts Archtober, a month-long city’s interesting infrastructure. Here are 11 not-to-miss events to check out!
Photo exhibit "Freshkills: Landscape in Motion" examines the changing topography of Freshkills as it evolves from a landfill to one of NYC's largest parks.