Places that Matter

Place Explorer: What New Yorkers Find Beautiful

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Place Name Neighborhood Borough
Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto, St. Lucy's Bronxdale Bronx Pilgrimage site at Roman Catholic Church
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Grotto Rosebank Staten Island The city's most elaborate yard shrine
Piccirilli Studio (site of) Mott Haven Bronx Stone carvers' studio that made many famous sculptures
Prospect Park Prospect Heights Brooklyn Sprawling Olmstead & Vaux park in Brooklyn
Prospect Park South Historic District Prospect Park South Brooklyn Landmark district designated in 1979
Sea View Home & Hospital and NYC Farm Colony Todt Hill Staten Island Beautiful but deteriorating former tuberculosis treatment facility
Sheepshead Bay Footbridge Sheepshead Bay Brooklyn Pedestrian bridge connecting Sheepshead Bay and Manhattan Beach
St. Saviour's Church (site of) Maspeth Queens Historic wooden church and complex
Staten Island September 11 Memorial St. George Staten Island In memory of Staten Islanders lost in the 2001 terror attacks
Stuyvesant Square Gramercy Manhattan Public square created from the old Stuyvesant farm
Sunnyside Gardens Sunnyside Gardens Queens Neighborhood designed with "garden city" plan
Superior Ink (site of) West Village Manhattan Historic waterfront factory building
Venus Mural Chelsea Manhattan Public art that has graced prison facade since 1970
Washington Square Park Greenwich Village Manhattan A center of Greenwich Village life
Wave Hill Public Garden and Cultural Center Riverdale Bronx Offers cultural and educational programs about humans and the environment and a large horticultural garden
Woodlawn Cemetery Woodlawn Bronx Notable for its beauty and the famous people buried there
World Monuments Fund at the Prince George Midtown South Manhattan Exhibition gallery for preservation organization in restored hotel
Zuccotti Park (formerly Liberty Plaza Park) Financial District Manhattan Park rebuilt after 9/11/01 terrorist attack