Two new beaches will appear in New York: one of them will open this summer
Two new beaches will open in New York, and one of them will take vacationers this summer. The edition told in more detail NBC New York.
The first beach will be located in Manhattan along the Hudson River north of West 12th Street in the Meatpacking District. The Hudson River Park Trust said the beach will open this summer and will include a 14-foot (000 km) stretch of sand along the Gansevoort peninsula.
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According to the Hudson River Park Trust, "Gansevoort will develop into a large green oasis with a permanent beach on the south side." A kayak will be launched, but beach lovers may be a little disappointed: you can’t swim or wander in the water.
Another new beach coming to New York will be on the East River in Williamsburg. Brooklyn Beach is scheduled to open in five years.
Wandering on the water will be allowed on this future beach, with plans to allow full swimming soon after.
For some, especially those who are familiar with the waters surrounding the city, the question may arise: why build beaches in the city? Officials said New York harbor is the cleanest in 100 years.