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River Park 5


Nestled in the historic neighborhood of Cobble Hill, 5 River Park represents a luxurious residential experience, offering ample open space with a distinctive and contemporary ethos. Designed with a host of high-end amenities, 5 River Park boasts a pool and sun deck, dual-level garden promenades, and a bespoke children’s play area. MPFP designed these open spaces to inspire residents and visitors alike, employing a variety of native ornamental plants and shade trees.

As a privately owned public space, MPFP redesigned a community park at the base of 5 River Park. Working closely with the neighborhood in community-board meetings, MPFP sought to provide an open space that specifically responds to community requests and needs. MPFP modernized the forms of the park’s planting beds, transforming what was rectilinear into a more organic and undulating edge. Custom built into the planted bed, MPFP designed a series of concrete seat-walls that gently rise up from the landscape. Movable tables and chairs are distributed about the park, offering ample space for passive contemplation. Dubbed the “Sitting Park”, MPFP’s design seeks to serve the Cobble Hill residential community for years to come.


Brooklyn, NY


Fortis Property Group


Roof Terrace Amenity; POPS Park


29,000 SF




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