Duane Park

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Duane Park in Tribeca.

Duane Park is a small, triangular public urban park located in the diamond of the Tribeca neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City.[1] The park is bordered by Hudson Street to the east and branches of Duane Street on north and south sides.

The park is supported by a non-profit group, The Friends of Duane Park, whose website contains a brief history of the park and its neighborhood.[2]

The city of New York purchased Duane Park in 1795 from Trinity Church for five dollars.[1] The park is surrounded by beautiful, turn of the century, architecturally ornate loft buildings which were constructed during the 19th century.[1] Duane Street, which borders the park, is named for James Duane, an important parishioner at Trinity Church.[3]


  1. ^ a b c Freeman Gill, John (2011-05-06). "The Land of the $800 Stroller". The New York Times. Retrieved 2011-05-07.
  2. ^ http://www.duanepark.org
  3. ^ Senft, Bret (1993-09-26). "If You're Thinking of Living In/TriBeCa; Families Are the Catalyst for Change". The New York Times. Retrieved 2011-07-07.

Coordinates: 40°43′01.6″N 74°00′33.8″W / 40.717111°N 74.009389°W / 40.717111; -74.009389