The New Harlem Meer Center
We are rebuilding the former Lasker Rink and Pool to better integrate the facility into the landscape, offer new and enhanced outdoor activities, and increase access for communities around the north end of Central Park.
Park Perimeter Restoration
A beautiful, tree-lined six-mile perimeter rings Central Park. Characterized by its hexagonal asphalt pavers and granite blocks laid out in intricate patterns, the perimeter was first paved in the 1930s and 1940s—and most of it hasn’t been restored since.
Restoration of the Conservatory Garden
Our restoration of the Conservatory Garden will focus on its hardscapes, architectural features, and utilities—almost all original to the Garden’s 1937 construction.
North Meadow Center Reconstruction
The Conservancy is in the process of planning a much-needed renovation of the park facility at the North Meadow.
Reconstruction of the Ramble's Rustic Structures
The next phase of our work to restore the Ramble will be the reconstruction of open-air shelters that once existed at high points in the landscape.
Like any living thing, Central Park is constantly changing. The
Conservancy is committed to ensuring that this evolution is
thoughtful—both considerate of today’s visitors and true to the Park’s
original purpose—while tending to all details of the Park’s maintenance