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I Am Park
There is substantial speculation and very little fact to explain for the origin of the name of I Am Park. However, the park w...

Icon II
This piece by sculptor Seena Donneson depicts a 10-foot-high abstract upright hourglass-shaped geometric form. Installed on S...

Ida Court
This parkland has been in existence longer than the nearby street that also bears its name. There is no record of the origin ...

Idlewild Park
Idlewild Park is bounded by Rockaway Boulevard, Springfield Boulevard, 149th Avenue and Brookville Boulevard. Parks acquired t...

Independence Flagstaff
Although this flagstaff commemorates the 150th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, it is also kn...

Indian Field
This tract of land honors Chief Abraham Ninham and the 17 Mohican Indians who died here during a mission to aid the Americans ...

Indian Lake and Boathouse
Indian Lake and the Boathouse are at the heart of 127.5 acre Crotona Park, located in the South Bronx. The name “Indian...

Indian Maid and Fawn
This bronze sculpture depicting a life-sized female figure and fawn was created by Alexander Phimister Proctor (1860–195...

Indian Road Playground
This playground takes its name from the road that bounds it to the north. Formerly known as Isham Avenue to honor local lando...

Institute Park
This park, located at the intersection of Eastern Parkway and Washington Avenue on the north side of the Brooklyn Botanical Ga...

Invasive Phragmites - Conference House Park
Conference House Park is named for the 17th century manor house on the southernmost tip of Staten Island. On September 11, 17...

Invasive Phragmites - Reeds Basket Willow
As one of the 20 most invasive plants in New York State, phragmites (Phragmites australis), also known as the common reed or &...

Invictus Triangle
Out of the night that covers me, Black as the pit from pole to pole, I thank whatever gods may be For my unconquerable so...

Invisible Man: A Memorial to Ralph Ellison
This monument along Riverside Drive at 150th Street honors writer Ralph Waldo Ellison (1914–1994), who is best known ...

Inwood Hill Park
Inwood Hill Park contains the last natural forest and salt marsh in Manhattan. It is unclear how the park received its pres...

Inwood Hill Park - Fordham Gneiss in New York City
Fordham gneiss, one of the oldest rock formations in the world, can be seen from Inwood Hill Park by looking across Spuyten Du...

Inwood Hill Park - Salt Marshes in New York City Parks
Salt marshes play a critical role in the support of human life, acting as natural filtration systems by trapping pollutants th...

Inwood Marble in New York City Parks
New York City sits atop a foundation comprised of five distinct layers of bedrock: Fordham gneiss, Manhattan schist, the Hartl...

Inwood Marble in New York City Parks - Isham Park
New York City sits atop a foundation composed of five distinct layers of bedrock: Fordham gneiss, found primarily in the Bronx...

Inwood Marble in New York City Parks - Monsignor Kett Playground
New York City sits atop a foundation comprised of five distinct layers of bedrock: Fordham gneiss, Manhattan schist, the Hartl...

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