The Conservancy is in the process of planning a much-needed renovation of the park facility at the North Meadow, including renovation of the staff space and public restrooms, and resurfacing of the recreation courts. The project is expected to be in construction starting in the summer of 2022, and the work will be completed in 12 to 18 months. Every effort will be made to minimize disruption to use of the recreation courts during construction.
Additional information will be posted on this page as the scope of work and project schedule are developed, and the project will go through the full public review process.
ProjectOur restoration of the Conservatory Garden will focus on its hardscape — including pavements, retaining walls, and stairs, which are almost all original to the Garden’s 1937 construction.
We will be rebuilding the former Lasker Rink and Pool to better integrate into the landscape, offer new and enhanced outdoor activities, and increase access for communities around the north end of Central Park.
ProjectOur restoration of the Ravine landscape included a complete reconstruction of paths and infrastructure, restoration of the historic watercourse (the Loch), addition of rustic features, and revegetation of the landscape. These improvements support a more diverse wildlife habitat, embrace historic woodland design elements, and provide a tranquil and scenic experience for the public.
ProjectAs part of our reconstruction of the East 110th Street Playground, we created accessible routes to the playground and restored the surrounding lawns and plantings. These changes further integrated the playground within the northern Park landscape.