Sure, New York is a metropolis of glass, steel and concrete. But we aren’t without a respite from it, thanks to the impressive number of parks, gardens and green spaces scattered throughout the city. Heck, we even forsook a huge swath of valuable real estate in the center of Manhattan and put in Central Park instead, and the 585-acre Prospect Park sits smack in the middle of our most populous borough, Brooklyn.
Click here to read the NY Post article that points to some of the great gardens in New York City.If your looking at apartments in Queens, you may want to consider an apartment near Sunnyside Gardens Park.
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