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Locked area under pedestrian bridge

Information about this lot

Address: Fort Washington Park, Manhattan, 10032
Area: 0.00 acres (183 square feet)

Political Boundaries

City Council District 10 represented by Carmen De La Rosa
Community District Manhattan 12 ( / 212-568-8500 ), district manager: Ebenezer Smith
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Government Agency

New York City Department of Parks & Recreation - building (public)
Contact: Sabina Saragoussi, Director, Partnerships For Parks (

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News feed

Dec. 17, 2016, 12:46 p.m.
Ira Gershenhorn posted
View of stairs down from pedestrian bridge
View of stairs down from pedestrian bridge The locked door is on the visible wall of the bridge. Photo taken on Sept 4, 2016.
Dec. 17, 2016, 12:43 p.m.
Ira Gershenhorn said

There is a door at ground level at the base of the pedestrian bridge on the north side. I have no idea what is inside. It is locked. There are windows too but they are bricked over. I have to assume there must be unused storage there.

I noticed this locked door on Dec 10, 2016.

Dec. 17, 2016, 12:42 p.m.
Ira Gershenhorn posted
View of pedestrian bridge from south
View of pedestrian bridge from south This is a view of the pedestrian bridge from the south. The George Washington Bridge is in the photo for context. The locked area is on the other side of this pedestrian bridge. One green trash can is in the foreground. Red trash cans in Fort Washington Park or intended for coals. Photo taken on Dec 10, 2016.