Hudson Square is now home to ‘Restorative Ground,’ a temporary public art installation and pavilion designed by WIP Collaborative. The installation is located on King Street between Hudson and Greenwich Streets and arrives as part of the local community’s participation in New York City’s Open Streets Program.
Governor Cuomo today announced the official opening of LEGOLAND, the region’s first major theme park to debut in more than 40 years. The 150-acre property is located in Goshen, Orange County and arrives as the brand’s third theme park in the United States and the ninth in the world.
The Bungalow has opened as the latest addition to the Brookfield Place shopping and recreational center in Battery Park City. Located at the Upper Plaza of Brookfield Place, the same location of Brookfield’s seasonal ice skating rink, the plaza draws inspiration from the beachside retreats of Montauk, Long Island and offers fast-casual dining, a specialty bar, bocce courts, and ample seating.
Earlier this week, Governor Andrew Cuomo and community leaders celebrated the commencement of construction on Circle of Heroes, a new monument in Battery Park City. The monument will honor the continuous dedication and sacrifices made by essential workers in New York State.
A new art exhibit opened to the public yesterday at the World Trade Center Oculus in Manhattan’s Financial District. Titled Resurgence, the collection is curated by Clayton Calvert, a painter, sculptor, and installation artist. The exhibit features 28 established and emerging artists, including World Trade Center resident artists, with work that speaks to the resiliency and resurgence of New York City.