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Friday, 18 March 2011 14:24

Morningside Park Featured

Written by  Andrew Shell
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Morningside Park is bordered by Cathedral Parkway (West 110th Street) to the south and West 123rd Street to the north. Morningside Drive and Amsterdam Avenue run along its western border; Morningside and Manhattan avenues along its eastern border.

Perhaps not known to many New Yorkers, Morningside Park was designed by the 19th-century landscape architectural team of Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, whose better-known creations included Central Park and Brooklyn's Prospect Park.

Its location on a cliff overlooking Harlem is dramatic -- as are the jutting rock formations, the steep staircases and the views from the upper promenade. The park has a waterfall, several statues (including a whimsical "Bear and Faun" fountain), ball fields, basketball courts and a dog run.

Last modified on Tuesday, 19 April 2011 15:39
Andrew Shell

Andrew Shell

When Andrew Shell founded A.N. Shell Real Estate in 1998, he had a vision for the way real estate should be handled: Anticipate and respond to the real estate needs of buyers and sellers. What he didn’t know is that he would also significantly change the way real estate is c. This began with two-agent office in the Manhattan neighborhood of Inwood. The company has grown exponentially each year since, setting the benchmark for the practice of real estate citywide. To view properties please call 917.662.2666


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