Crescent Drive Park
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|Location||Manhattan , New York City , United States|
|Coordinates||40°46′56″N 73°57′55″W / 40.78222°N 73.96528°W / 40.78222; -73.96528 Coordinates :||40°46′56″N 73°57′55″W / 40.78222°N 73.96528°W / 40.78222; -73.96528|
|Area||843 acres (341 ha; 1.317 sq mi; 3.41 km 2 )|
|Owned by||NYC Parks|
|Operated by||Central Park Conservancy|
|Visitors||about 42 million annually|
|Open||6:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m.|
|Public transit access||Subway and bus; see "Public transport"|
|Architect||Frederick Law Olmsted (1822–1903), Calvert Vaux (1824–1895)|
|NRHP reference No.||66000538|
|Added to NRHP||October 15, 1966 |
|Designated NHL||May 23, 1963|
|Designated NYCL||March 26, 1974 |
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Crescent Drive Park has a large mature tree canopy. This is a U-shaped bend of the Red River that runs through Crescent Drive Park. To the north, Crescent Drive Park borders a residential community and golf course. The relationship between park structure and the natural environment has been established by the sculptures found under the shade canopy. With its playful use of sustainable technologies and colour tricks, the pavilion draws on childhood cultures.
BACK TO PROJECTS
261,000 SF. This garage, which is subterranean and has 481 parking spaces, provides parking for the Beverly Hills Theatre and Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. Since this is the first area that theatre-goers will see the space, the style, location, and colors of the garage have been carefully coordinated with Wallis Annenberg Center. It also involved the relocation of utilities, renovations of City Hall's facade and courtyard to the west, construction of a small, gated parking area for City Council members, and transformation of City Hall's lawn into a park.
Crescent Drive's Parking Garage was built beneath Crescent Drive. The Beverly Hills City Hall Law had to be demolished and removed. MATT took numerous measures to minimize disruption, mitigate noise, smoothly re-routing utilities to avoid peak times, schedule excavation, transport and expedite Crescent Drive's opening. This project team saved significant money for the City by aligning excavation requirements for Annenberg Centre and parking structure. They also created other efficiency through meticulous planning and close collaboration.
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Center City Philadelphia – Take Broad Street south towards the Navy Yard.
* Go into the Navy Yard, and at the first traffic light turn right onto Crescent Drive.
* Go straight at the stoplight. You will find the Jefferson at the Navy Yard in the building on your right. To get to Delaware or Points South Philadelphia, take I-95 North until Exit 17. (Broad Street/Pattison Avenue).
* Turn left at first light (Zinkoff Boulevard) and make immediate left onto Broad Street.
Take the right lane and avoid the I-95 entrance. Follow Broad Street until you reach the Navy Yard.
* Enter the Navy Yard and turn left at the first light onto Crescent Drive.
* Go straight at the stoplight. The Jefferson at the Navy Yard building is to your right. * The back entrance to Jefferson at Navy Yard is found after you have parked.
Find the Park and Directions
You will find the park on Crescent Drive, just past Logan Street.
East: Take the Rio Vista bridge crossing and then take the Front Street exit. Turn right, and cross the bridge to reach Front Street. Turn right on Logan Street and right onto Crescent Drive. The park can be found on the right side.
From West: As you approach the signal light on Highway 12, merge to the right lane which becomes Main Street. Turn right on 3rd Street which becomes Crescent Drive at Logan Street. Cross Logan Street. The park will be on your right.
Other Property Information
Annual Tax Amount: 223.00
Source Listing Status – Sold
Directions: Take N Dale Mabry Hwy North and then turn right onto Route 54. Turn Right onto Park Crescent Drive. Gate Code Required.
Tax year 2020
The ownership fee is simple
Source Property Types: Residential