Brooklyn Bridge Park redevelopment is a multi-phased project over 11 years, including 23 landscape and building projects, 13 marine projects and 6 integrated private development projects.
The project is set over 85 acres of industrial waterfront converted into the largest park project undertaken in New York City in 100 years. When completed the park will include gardens, boating, recreational facilities, common space and Nature Marshes for the general public. The project also includes pedestrian bridges (Squibb Park Bridge won the Mayor’s Award for Excellence in Design), a carousel building, soccer fields, water taxi landings and cafes.
This year the park opened Pier 6, the John Street Parcel, Main Street Park and the Environmental Education Center. G&T continues to add significant value to Brooklyn Bridge Park project by collaborating with 20+ city agencies including the mayor’s office.