Guide to New York City Urban Landscapes
By Robin Lynn and Francis Morrone
Since the moment bustling New York was founded, its residents have yearned for fresh, green space and a temporary respite from urban life. Green-Wood is one such space and is proud to be featured in -– and on the cover of — this wonderful new book starring 38 stunning public places that shape the New York experience.
Discover newly created spaces along the water’s edge, like Brooklyn Bridge Park; repurposed areas like The High Line and Concrete Plant Park in the Bronx; or the more traditional green spaces. As the oldest urban landscape in the book, Green-Wood served as a direct inspiration for many of these sites, including Central Park and Prospect Park. Featuring over 130 beautiful color photographs.