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Ocean Parkway Malls

Ocean Parkway bet. Coney Island Ave., Parkside Ave. and Sea Breeze Ave.

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This text is part of Parks’ Historical Signs Project and can be found posted within the park.

In 1866, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux conceived of a network of wide, tree-lined avenues that would cut across the grid of Brooklyn and link its open spaces. Modeled after the Avenue de L’Impératrice (now the Avenue Foch) in Paris, Olmsted and Vaux’s new roads differed from their French predecessors in that they stretched for several miles. They were intended to provide sumptuous green corridors along which citizens could live and take pleasure drives. Two of them were built along Olmsted and Vaux’s newly designed Prospect Park: Eastern Parkway, running from Prospect Park to Crown Heights, and Ocean Parkway, connecting Prospect Park to Coney Island.

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There are currently 2 service interruptions affecting access within this park.

ParkOcean Parkway Malls

The parkway malls will be closed for construction. This phase of the Ocean Parkway Malls project includes the reconstruction of the bicycle and pedestrian lanes on the western malls from Shore Parkway to the Coney Island Concourse. New concrete pavement will be installed and pipe rails will be replaced as needed. Benches will be refurbished and new wheelchair accessible spaces with backs will be installed. This project also includes new trees and the seeding of grass areas to create a more green space along the malls. New drop curbs will installed at intersections as well as greenway and bikeway signage and pavement markings.
Anticipated Completion: Spring 2014

ParkOcean Parkway Malls

The Ocean Parkway Malls will be under reconstruction on both the east and west sides from Avenue O to Kings Highway. New asphalt pavement will be installed and pipe handrails will be replaced as needed. The historic and final remaining granite mile marker will be restored and reset in its original location. Granite block pavers will be reset, tree pits will be expanded and new trees will be planted. Benches will be refurbished and lawns will be reseeded. New drop curbs will be installed at all intersections as well as greenway and bikeway signage and pavement markings.
Anticipated Completion: Spring 2015

    Ocean Parkway Malls Weather

    • Sat
      Decreasing Clouds
      76°F
    • Sun
      Slight Chc Thunderstorms
      79°F
    • Mon
      Mostly Sunny
      71°F
    • Tue
      Sunny
      73°F

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