107th Street Pier & Bobby Wagner Walk Reconstruction
Project Status: Ongoing
Bobby Wagner Walk is the section of the East River Waterfront Esplanade (part of the 32-mile Manhattan Waterfront Greenway) that extends between 90th and 125th Streets, encompassing the East 107th Street Pier.
This project is a partnership between NYCEDC and the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation to rehabilitate, reconstruct, and improve the section of the Bobby Wagner Walk between 94th and 107th Streets and 117th and 124th Streets, including the pier at East 107th Street.
New Waterfront Opportunity for East Harlem
When complete, the project will create new opportunities for recreation and open space for the East Harlem community by:
- Structurally repairing the esplanade and pier to restore public access to closed areas
- Enlivening the waterfront by providing a high-quality open space and range of community-supported uses
- Incorporating resiliency features such as elevating for sea-level rise
Upcoming Community Events
Community Workshop #3
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CB11 Environment, Open Space & Parks Committee Presentation June 1, 2023
CB11 Environment, Open Space & Parks Committee Presentation March 2, 2023
Community Workshop #1 - Scoping February 9, 2023
Community Informational Meeting Presentation January 25, 2023
CB11 Environment, Open Space & Parks Committee Presentation January 5, 2023
Artist Selection Process Seeking recommendations from the community for qualified artists, as well as individuals to serve on an Artist Selection Committee.
CB11 Environment, Open Space & Parks Committee Presentation September 29, 2022
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