Pier 15 is just South of the famous South St Seaport in downtown Manhattan.
Street Side Entrance
With the Winter weather over, Pier 15 is a great place to soak up the Vitamin D on a lunch break for those near Wall St.
Pier 15 with South St Seaport in Background
Pier 15 is a two level structure, and they’ve applied to serve drinks here during Summer.
Stairs up to the Rooftop Lawns
From the upper level, you can see the Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Williamsburg Bridges.
East River Bridges
Upper Level looking Downward
SHoP did a great job here.
Northern Staircase looking towards Brooklyn
Upper Floor View towards Brooklyn
Wooden Upper Floor View towards South
From Pier 15, as well as most of the Southern portion of the East River, you can see the helipad and Governors Island.
Downwards View of Seating and Planted Area
Seating Area View from Ground Level
The design (including furniture) is mostly well done.
Large Open Space next to the East River (Facing Brooklyn)
Small Enclosed Tiered Seating Facing South
Pier 15 has a great, open air dynamic that allows many people to use the space at the same time.
Lower Level Room with South St Seaport Reflected
From Front to Back: Pier 15, the East River, and Brooklyn
With Winter behind us, this park will continue to get more and more attractive to the public.