New York City just gained a 5.5 acre beach on the Hudson River Park’s Peninsula. Opposite the Whitney Museum of Art, this site which includes a resilient rocky beach,  boardwalk, fitness area and a salt marsh seeded with oysters, is built on land instead of the acres of piers jutting out into the Hudson River with parks atop them.

While not a place to swim, it is a place to sit on a sandy beach under the umbrellas, take in some sun, have a picnic, people watch and just sit and chill.

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Enhance, enjoy and protect our New York Metro waterfront parks, promenades and paths.