For all you people who said New York City was dead -- you were dead wrong.
As spring is now in full swing, so is the city. Every day there seems to be a new thing to do and a new place to go.
Among those new places to go is the amazing new public park literally in the Hudson River, Little Island. Barry Diller funded this only-in-NYC floating green space gem in partnership with the Hudson River Park Trust. And the 2.4 acre project, which has been in the works for a number of years, could not be more inspiring.
Little Island would have always been welcome, but, after such an especially trying year, it could not have opened at a better time.
I urge you to visit Little Island before things fully open up and it gets flooded with tourists.
If you do plan on visiting Little Island soon, I encourage you to check out my "mini-tour" to give you a sense of all the great experiences that await you -- and for some important things to keep in mind before you go.
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