Picture Lower Manhattan: The Elevated Acre

With temperatures reaching into the 70s last week, I decided to have lunch at the Elevated Acre at 55 Water Street — a hidden park resting above the bustle of Lower Manhattan. As I expected, it was packed with people who had the same idea — lunch in the warm sun!

[Photo by Brian DiFeo]

Tags: Elevated Acre, Lower Manhattan, public art and green spaces

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