Brookfield Place New York, located on the Hudson River waterfront in Lower Manhattan, encompasses more than eight million square feet of premier office space within the four unique copper-crowned granite and glass towers designed by Cesar Pelli. The Winter Garden at Brookfield Place is recognized as one of Manhattan’s most magnificent venues. The world-renowned Winter Garden is a spectacular 10-story enclosed glass atrium featuring an indoor sanctuary with a cascading marble semicircular staircase, fashioned of Italian marble, leading to a grove of sixteen 45-foot palm trees. Brookfield’s current renovations are transforming the retail and public space at Brookfield Place into a world-class shopping and dining experience with a fashion collection, a European-style marketplace, waterfront dining and exceptional chef-driven restaurants. The Winter Garden overlooks an outdoor waterfront plaza surrounding the North Cove Harbor on the Hudson River, featuring beautifully landscaped seasonal gardens, reflecting pools and outdoor seating, and offers a fantastic vantage point for spectacular sunsets. The Winter Garden and adjacent plaza serve as venues for both private functions as well as Brookfield’s Arts & Events program, Arts Brookfield. A celebrated arts presenter, Arts Brookfield has presented everything from unique art installations and exhibits to musical and cultural performances, offered to the public year-round and free-of-charge, for 25 years.

 

Subway:
World Trade Center (E)
Chambers Street (A/C)
Park Place (2/3)
Cortland Street (N/R)
Fulton Street (4/5)

Buses:
Vesey Street/North End Ave (M20)
West Street/Liberty Street (M9)
Vesey Street/West Street (X3/X4/X7/X9/X10B)

PATH:
World Trade Center

 

This site is included in LMCC’s Creative Insider’s Guide to Lower Manhattan, sponsored by Launch LM.