I recently took these photos of West Harlem Piers Park, which is located at the intersection of the Hudson River and 125th Street in Manhattan. This two-acre park opened in 2009 and features boat piers, public art, an adjacent bike path and great views of the Hudson River.
I often stop at this park when I’m biking along the Manhattan waterfront. The excursion boat pier and kayak launch should be open this spring or summer.
View the following slideshow or visit my West Harlem Piers Park photo set on Flickr:
I would like to know about the construction of the bulkhead at West Harlem Piers Park. I’m especially interested to learn about the white material connected to the bulkhead where it intersects with the Hudson River. Do you know what it is for?