Which green spaces are the best in NYC?

New York City has some pretty incredible green spaces, but they aren’t always as open as they could be. 

According to a new study from the Center for Urban Design at Columbia University, there are some green spaces in New York that are just as good as the ones you would see in New Orleans, Miami, and London. 

The study surveyed more than 2,500 urban planners and green spaces professionals, including those who manage the city’s recreational, commercial, and cultural facilities, as well as the thousands of recreational and cultural residents. 

In addition to providing data on the number of green spaces per capita in the city, the study also looked at the number and type of green space types and the locations that were most popular. 

What it found was that New York has some really great green spaces to choose from.

The top cities for green space amenities were Los Angeles, Seattle, San Francisco, Miami and New Orleans. 

It’s hard to pick a favorite here. 

While the best places to spend a day outdoors are in the New Orleans area, there’s also some really interesting green spaces around NYC, including one of the citys largest parks, Central Park. 

For more green space information, read this New York Times article on the best parks in New England. 

As for recreational activities, there aren’t many parks in Manhattan, but at least there are a few spots where you can take a walk and get outdoors, or get on a bike and get a workout. 

There’s also a lot of green on the West Side of Manhattan, where you can hike, bike, and ride a roller coaster for a few hours. 

But the best recreational places to do it are in Brooklyn, where a couple of large parks like Westbury and Queens Park offer the best of both worlds. 

On the other hand, a few of the most popular green spaces aren’t quite as open in NYC as they should be.

For instance, the green space that has the biggest impact on how much recreation the city does is the New York Botanical Garden. 

This crested cherry tree has been an icon of the borough since the 1960s and is home to more than 500 species of plants, including horticultural and floral plants and animals. 

One of the parks that lives up to its name is Newark Botanical Gardens. 

However, the park has been undergoing major renovation recently, which has led to some issues for recreational users. 

During the summer, you can get a great view of the groundhog’s home by walking past a giant green tree. 

Additionally, the park hosts a variety of special events throughout the year, including free open house events, art galleries, events for the elderly, and other activities. 

Other park attractions include Brooklyn’s Harmony Gardens, and The Brooklin Botanical Center. 

Another popular spot for green is a large park near Manhattan’s Upper East Side. 

Located in Lower Manhattan, the park is a bit more rural than some of the other parks in the region, but is still a great place to get out and about and enjoy nature. 

If you’re in the area, you can also enjoy Greenwood Park in the Bronx, which is a great destination for birdwatching and nature hikes. 

Lastly, if you’re looking for a great, indoor recreational spot, there is Brookline Park, a natural park in the heart of the East Village. 

Park hours are 8am-6pm, so be sure to arrive early. 

You can find more information on the park and find out about all the events happening throughout the park here.