Victory Blvd., W. Shore Exwy., Richmond Ave. bet. Sign Rd., Travis Ave. and Arthur Kill Rd.
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The Freshkills Park Project is focused on transforming the former Fresh Kills Landfill on the Arthur Kill waterfront of Staten Island into a new public park over the next 30 years.
At 2,200 acres - almost three times the size of Central Park - New York’s Freshkills Park is one of the most ambitious public works projects in the world, combining state-of-the-art ecological restoration techniques with extraordinary settings for recreation, public art, and facilities for many sports and programs that are unusual in the city.
Book a tour of the park site and read in-depth information about the project on the Freshkills Park Project page.
Freshkills Park was one of five parks selected to receive $30 million for major improvements through the City’s...
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View photos of this gigantic project and read about its progress.
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Dig deeper into the landfill-turned-park. Read about our vision and how we'll make it come to life.
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