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You Can Help Name a New Park in Hudson Yards

By Maya Rajamani | January 25, 2016 12:28pm
 Two sections of a brand new park located between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues from 34th to 36th Street will open to the public on Friday. 
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HUDSON YARDS — Want to help name the West Side's newest green space? 

The Hudson Yards/Hell’s Kitchen Alliance announced last week it will be crowdsourcing the name of a green space in Hudson Yards that opened to the public in August.

Interested parties have about two weeks to suggest up to three names for the park, located between 10th and 11th avenues, from 33rd to 36th streets.

The alliance’s naming committee will sift through the selections and likely open up the best ones to a vote, board member Christine Berthet said.

The park — which is divided into three sections by the streets it falls between — is part of the master plan to transform the former rail yard into a cultural, residential and commercial hub.

The new 34th Street-Hudson Yards 7-train station entrance is located in the park, which features a playground, fountains, lawn chairs, tables and a restroom, the alliance said.

In August, developers said the park will eventually be surrounded by residential and commercial developments.

It will also eventually host a food kiosk run by the alliance.