NYC Walks 1: Brooklyn Bridge Park

Thu, May 9th, 2019

6:30pm — 8:30pm

This tour is now sold out, but you can join the waitlist to be notified if a ticket becomes available.

NYC Walks: A Guide to New Architecture (Prestel, 2019) is a new guidebook by architecture critic and New York City historian John Hill of ten walking tours that highlight the best of New York City’s contemporary architecture. In celebration of the book’s publication, Open House New York and John Hill have organized a three-part series of tours that explore areas of the city with some of the city’s most notable new buildings and landscapes.

The Brooklyn Bridge Park walk is a sweeping waterfront excursion through and around Brooklyn Bridge Park. Learn about the area’s transformation from a 19th-century factory and warehouse district to a burgeoning mixed-use community of commercial, civic and cultural energy. The park’s combination of contemporary architecture, diverse landscapes, and stunning views of the Brooklyn Bridge and Lower Manhattan make it one of the most successful public spaces built in New York this century.

AIA CES: 2 LU | HSW

$10 OHNY Members
$20 General Admission

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Brooklyn, NY 11201

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