New York City’s waterways and waterfronts, still untapped in many ways, have been transformed with the opening of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park. It’s also a fitting tribute to the president which bears its name.
Located at the tip of Roosevelt Island on the East River, architect Louis I. Kahn’s vision features an open air plaza and stunning views of Manhattan. And with these views and the warmer months upon us, the park’s foundation has planned a summer filled with events.
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