Domino Park

Domino Park

Loca­ti­on: Brook­lyn — Wil­liams­burg

Die­sen wun­der­schö­nen Park gibt es seit 2018 in Wil­liams­burg. Er liegt am East River und direkt neben der ehe­ma­li­gen Zucker­fa­brik. Das High­light ist sicher­lich der tol­le Blick auf Man­hat­tan.
Der Park hat Sport­fel­der, Was­ser­fon­tä­nen und vie­le Sitz­ge­le­gen­hei­ten. Man kann sich sehr gut ver­wei­len und es gibt auch einen mexi­ka­ni­schen Ver­pfle­gungs­stand. Es ist an jeder Ecke zu erken­nen, dass der Park mit viel Lie­be zum Detail gestal­tet wur­de.

Domino Park

Hilfreiche Informationen

15 River St, Brook­lyn, NY 11249, Ver­ei­nig­te Staa­ten

Rei­se­zeit ab Times Squa­re:
39 Minu­ten mit dem ÖV
70 Minu­ten zu Fuss

Nächs­te U‑Bahnstation und Lini­en:
Mar­cy Av

Domi­no Park auf Insta­gram ent­de­cken:

One Vanderbilt, Central Park Tower, the Chrysler Building, and 111 West 57th Street poking above the Midtown skyline. Seen from the Williamsburg waterfront at Domino Park. One other skyscrape that would eventually rise into this photo is 270 Park Avenue, which can be seen with the white crane next to the Chrysler Building. From this perspective it would likely be almost as tall as One Vanderbilt up to the top of the crown where the architectural spire begins.
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