Pier 64 – Hudson River Park

Cross Street: 24th Street

Pier 64 is currently condemned. In 1997, the pier head house was taken down.

In the future, the pier shed at Pier 64 will be removed, and the Pier will be rebuilt on its original footprint. Pier 64 will have lawns, a grove of trees and amenities for passive recreation.

Chelsea Waterside East (on the east side of West Street)

Chelsea Waterside east was extended and reopened in 1999. The area now includes an entire city block that was formally home to motorcycle and automobile shops. The triangular Park area is home to a sports field, basketball court, dog run, shaded grass seating, a children’s water play area and planting areas. The field serving both children and adults accommodating late night field usage with night lighting.

Chelsea Waterside West (on the West Side of West Street)

In the future, this area will be landscaped as an extension of Chelsea Waterside
Park – becoming a jewel in Hudson River Park.


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Pictures of Pier 64

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Pier 64 and the Empire State Building. 9 March 2003.

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Pier 64 is condemned; the pier shed is empty. A pier headhouse was demolished in mid-1997 to make room for public access.