John V. Lindsay East River Park
Montgomery St. To E. 12 St., FDR Drive
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How many New Yorkers can brag about owning 57 acres of waterside property? Parks can. Rather than settle for a strip of land offering impressive views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges, Parks filled the area with vibrant activity--building an amphitheater, bike paths, playgrounds, sports fields and courts, gardens, children's water play areas, and walking paths.
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Run 1.5 miles alongside the FDR while looking out on the East River to Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood.
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