Enter the Sandman

08/06/2013 in

 

You don’t have to be on the beach to check out a fantastical 18-foot-high sandcastle, complete with moats, turrets and bridges, sculpted by artist Matt Long.

The castle resides on a Water Street pedestrian plaza at Two New York Plaza, and will be on display through August 12.

The sculpture is part of the Water Street Pops! program, a series of activities and special events in privately owned public spaces along the Water Street corridor, and the SEE/CHANGE program, provided by the Howard Hughes Corporation at the South Street Seaport.

Upcoming events include sunrise yoga, yogurt tasting, happy hours, and a matchmaker cafe. For more information, check out:

www.waterstreetpops.com

www.southstreetseaport.com

 

 

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