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NEIGHBORHOOD MAP

    • Subway

    Battery Park City is served by most subway lines. 1/2/3 A/C to Chambers St: Walk west along Chambers St and cross West Side Highway into BPC. Convenient to Rockefeller Park, The Irish Hunger Memorial, Teardrop Park, 6 River Terrace, the Ball Fields, and the Community Center at Stuyvesant High School. 4/5 to Wall St, or the 1 or R line to Cortland St: Walk west along Rector Street and cross the pedestrian bridge into BPC. Convenient to Esplanade Plaza, Kowsky Plaza, West Thames Park, The Upper Room, Rector Park, North Cove and the Police Memorial. 4/5 to Bowling Green, R or 1 to Whitehall St/South Ferry or J/Z to Broad St or R line to Rector St: Walk west until you pass Historic Battery Park and enter BPC. Convenient to For Wagner Park, South Cove, Pier A Plaza, the Museum of Jewish Heritage and the Skyscraper Museum. Pedestrian Bridges cross West Side Highway at Chambers St and Rector St.
    • Bus

    MTA: The M9, M20, and M22 buses all stop in Battery Park City. Please always check with www.mta.info for up to date information regarding subways and busses. Downtown Connection Bus: The Downtown Alliance’s free bus service connects the South Street Seaport with Battery Park City Service is provided seven days a week, except Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. Daily service starts at 10 AM, and ends with a final run at 7:30 PM. Buses come on average at 10-minute intervals on weekdays - traffic permitting - and at 15-minute intervals on weekends. Additional information related to bus schedule can be found here: http://www.downtownny.com/getting-around/downtown-connection
    • Ferry

    The New York Waterway ferry runs direct from Hoboken and Jersey City to the World Financial Center ferry stop near Nelson A. Rockefeller Park in Battery Park City. Ferry information can be found at www.nywaterway.com. The Staten Island Ferry offers free service from Staten Island to Manhattan. Walk west from the Manhattan ferry terminal until you pass Historic Battery Park and enter BPC. For public transit directions for anywhere in New York City visit www.hopstop.com.
    • Driving

    Public Transportation is highly recommended for your convenience. From Manhattan and the Bronx: Use either the southbound Westside Highway, or the FDR Drive to West Street. From Queens and Long Island: Use either the Queensborough/Ed Koch Bridge or the Midtown Tunnel to the southbound FDR Drive. Take the FDR to West Street. From Brooklyn: Use the Brooklyn-Battery/Hugh L. Carey Tunnel to West Street, or use the Brooklyn Bridge to West Street via the FDR Drive or Chambers Street. From Staten Island: Take the Staten Island Ferry to Battery Place. Battery Place wraps around Historic Battery Park and enters Battery Park City between Pier A and the Ritz Carlton Hotel. From New Jersey: Use the Holland Tunnel and follow the signs to West Street heading downtown. From West Street: Turn west onto Chambers Street, Murray Street, Vesey Street, Liberty Street, Albany Street, West Thames Street, or Battery Place. Public parking garages are available throughout Battery Park City and at the Battery Parking Garage between Greenwich Street and West Street. Entrances are available on Morris, Greenwich and Washington Streets.
    • Path Train

    On the Path Train, get off at the World Trade Center. A pedestrian tunnel connects the World Trade Center PATH Train Station to the Winter Garden at Brookfield Place. Convenient for North Cove, Esplanade Plaza, Kowsky Plaza and the Police Memorial.
    • Bike

    Since the launch of Citi Bike in the late Spring of 2013, the presence of bike sharing stations in Battery Park City has grown to keep up with demand in the neighborhood. Today, Battery Park City is host to five Citi Bike Stations located throughout the neighborhood which is great news for cyclists and travelers looking for a “green” alternative to get around town. CITIBIKE LOCATIONS IN BATTERY PARK CITY: West Street & Chambers Street Vesey Place & River Terrace South End Avenue & Liberty Street West Thames Street Little West Street & 1st Place For more information on CitiBike, please visit https://www.citibikenyc.com/.
    • Subway

    Battery Park City is served by most subway lines. 1/2/3 A/C to Chambers St: Walk west along Chambers St and cross West Side Highway into BPC. Convenient to Rockefeller Park, The Irish Hunger Memorial, Teardrop Park, 6 River Terrace, the Ball Fields, and the Community Center at Stuyvesant High School. 4/5 to Wall St, or the 1 or R line to Cortland St: Walk west along Rector Street and cross the pedestrian bridge into BPC. Convenient to Esplanade Plaza, Kowsky Plaza, West Thames Park, The Upper Room, Rector Park, North Cove and the Police Memorial. 4/5 to Bowling Green, R or 1 to Whitehall St/South Ferry or J/Z to Broad St or R line to Rector St: Walk west until you pass Historic Battery Park and enter BPC. Convenient to For Wagner Park, South Cove, Pier A Plaza, the Museum of Jewish Heritage and the Skyscraper Museum. Pedestrian Bridges cross West Side Highway at Chambers St and Rector St.
    • Bus

    MTA: The M9, M20, and M22 buses all stop in Battery Park City. Please always check with www.mta.info for up to date information regarding subways and busses. Downtown Connection Bus: The Downtown Alliance’s free bus service connects the South Street Seaport with Battery Park City Service is provided seven days a week, except Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. Daily service starts at 10 AM, and ends with a final run at 7:30 PM. Buses come on average at 10-minute intervals on weekdays - traffic permitting - and at 15-minute intervals on weekends. Additional information related to bus schedule can be found here: http://www.downtownny.com/getting-around/downtown-connection
    • Ferry

    The New York Waterway ferry runs direct from Hoboken and Jersey City to the World Financial Center ferry stop near Nelson A. Rockefeller Park in Battery Park City. Ferry information can be found at www.nywaterway.com. The Staten Island Ferry offers free service from Staten Island to Manhattan. Walk west from the Manhattan ferry terminal until you pass Historic Battery Park and enter BPC. For public transit directions for anywhere in New York City visit www.hopstop.com.
    • Driving

    Public Transportation is highly recommended for your convenience. From Manhattan and the Bronx: Use either the southbound Westside Highway, or the FDR Drive to West Street. From Queens and Long Island: Use either the Queensborough/Ed Koch Bridge or the Midtown Tunnel to the southbound FDR Drive. Take the FDR to West Street. From Brooklyn: Use the Brooklyn-Battery/Hugh L. Carey Tunnel to West Street, or use the Brooklyn Bridge to West Street via the FDR Drive or Chambers Street. From Staten Island: Take the Staten Island Ferry to Battery Place. Battery Place wraps around Historic Battery Park and enters Battery Park City between Pier A and the Ritz Carlton Hotel. From New Jersey: Use the Holland Tunnel and follow the signs to West Street heading downtown. From West Street: Turn west onto Chambers Street, Murray Street, Vesey Street, Liberty Street, Albany Street, West Thames Street, or Battery Place. Public parking garages are available throughout Battery Park City and at the Battery Parking Garage between Greenwich Street and West Street. Entrances are available on Morris, Greenwich and Washington Streets.
    • Path Train

    On the Path Train, get off at the World Trade Center. A pedestrian tunnel connects the World Trade Center PATH Train Station to the Winter Garden at Brookfield Place. Convenient for North Cove, Esplanade Plaza, Kowsky Plaza and the Police Memorial.
    • Bike

    Since the launch of Citi Bike in the late Spring of 2013, the presence of bike sharing stations in Battery Park City has grown to keep up with demand in the neighborhood. Today, Battery Park City is host to five Citi Bike Stations located throughout the neighborhood which is great news for cyclists and travelers looking for a “green” alternative to get around town. CITIBIKE LOCATIONS IN BATTERY PARK CITY: West Street & Chambers Street Vesey Place & River Terrace South End Avenue & Liberty Street West Thames Street Little West Street & 1st Place For more information on CitiBike, please visit https://www.citibikenyc.com/.
    • Subway

    Battery Park City is served by most subway lines. 1/2/3 A/C to Chambers St: Walk west along Chambers St and cross West Side Highway into BPC. Convenient to Rockefeller Park, The Irish Hunger Memorial, Teardrop Park, 6 River Terrace, the Ball Fields, and the Community Center at Stuyvesant High School. 4/5 to Wall St, or the 1 or R line to Cortland St: Walk west along Rector Street and cross the pedestrian bridge into BPC. Convenient to Esplanade Plaza, Kowsky Plaza, West Thames Park, The Upper Room, Rector Park, North Cove and the Police Memorial. 4/5 to Bowling Green, R or 1 to Whitehall St/South Ferry or J/Z to Broad St or R line to Rector St: Walk west until you pass Historic Battery Park and enter BPC. Convenient to For Wagner Park, South Cove, Pier A Plaza, the Museum of Jewish Heritage and the Skyscraper Museum. Pedestrian Bridges cross West Side Highway at Chambers St and Rector St.
    • Bus

    MTA: The M9, M20, and M22 buses all stop in Battery Park City. Please always check with www.mta.info for up to date information regarding subways and busses. Downtown Connection Bus: The Downtown Alliance’s free bus service connects the South Street Seaport with Battery Park City Service is provided seven days a week, except Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. Daily service starts at 10 AM, and ends with a final run at 7:30 PM. Buses come on average at 10-minute intervals on weekdays - traffic permitting - and at 15-minute intervals on weekends. Additional information related to bus schedule can be found here: http://www.downtownny.com/getting-around/downtown-connection
    • Ferry

    The New York Waterway ferry runs direct from Hoboken and Jersey City to the World Financial Center ferry stop near Nelson A. Rockefeller Park in Battery Park City. Ferry information can be found at www.nywaterway.com. The Staten Island Ferry offers free service from Staten Island to Manhattan. Walk west from the Manhattan ferry terminal until you pass Historic Battery Park and enter BPC. For public transit directions for anywhere in New York City visit www.hopstop.com.
    • Driving

    Public Transportation is highly recommended for your convenience. From Manhattan and the Bronx: Use either the southbound Westside Highway, or the FDR Drive to West Street. From Queens and Long Island: Use either the Queensborough/Ed Koch Bridge or the Midtown Tunnel to the southbound FDR Drive. Take the FDR to West Street. From Brooklyn: Use the Brooklyn-Battery/Hugh L. Carey Tunnel to West Street, or use the Brooklyn Bridge to West Street via the FDR Drive or Chambers Street. From Staten Island: Take the Staten Island Ferry to Battery Place. Battery Place wraps around Historic Battery Park and enters Battery Park City between Pier A and the Ritz Carlton Hotel. From New Jersey: Use the Holland Tunnel and follow the signs to West Street heading downtown. From West Street: Turn west onto Chambers Street, Murray Street, Vesey Street, Liberty Street, Albany Street, West Thames Street, or Battery Place. Public parking garages are available throughout Battery Park City and at the Battery Parking Garage between Greenwich Street and West Street. Entrances are available on Morris, Greenwich and Washington Streets.
    • Path Train

    On the Path Train, get off at the World Trade Center. A pedestrian tunnel connects the World Trade Center PATH Train Station to the Winter Garden at Brookfield Place. Convenient for North Cove, Esplanade Plaza, Kowsky Plaza and the Police Memorial.
    • Bike

    Since the launch of Citi Bike in the late Spring of 2013, the presence of bike sharing stations in Battery Park City has grown to keep up with demand in the neighborhood. Today, Battery Park City is host to five Citi Bike Stations located throughout the neighborhood which is great news for cyclists and travelers looking for a “green” alternative to get around town. CITIBIKE LOCATIONS IN BATTERY PARK CITY: West Street & Chambers Street Vesey Place & River Terrace South End Avenue & Liberty Street West Thames Street Little West Street & 1st Place For more information on CitiBike, please visit https://www.citibikenyc.com/.