The Green at Lincoln Center

Image of the green design for front of Lincoln Center featuring green grass like flooring and seating
Image courtesy of Mimi Lien and Timothy Leung

Lincoln center will soon debut its new front lawn design called “The Green” that will provide a green landscape for relaxing, spectating live performances and meeting with friends in an outdoor oasis! This new design comes perfectly in time for New York residents looking for great outdoor spots to take advantage of as the weather warms up! Glenwood residents who live at The Regent, The Encore, Hawthorn Park, and Grand Tier will be just steps away! Keep reading to find out more. 

Close up photo of architecture of Lincoln Center Theater

The Green

The front lawn called The Green, designed by Mimi Lein, will debut on May 10th as part of the Restart Stages Initiative. Lien stated, “I wanted to make a place where you could lie on a grassy slope and read a book all afternoon. Get a coffee and sit in the sun. Bring your babies and frolic in the grass. Have a picnic lunch with co-workers. I hope that this curved grass surface will feel like an embrace and an expanse at the same time, and will reimagine the Plaza as a site of social infrastructure, like a town green – a place to gather, a common ground.”

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Grand Tier – Luxury Upper West Side Apartments

The Grand Tier lives up to its name, overlooking Lincoln Center on one side, Central Park on the other. Welcome home to a sophisticated lobby with French tapestry, vaulted ceiling, silver travertine, and marble floors. Browse available units today!

A New Outdoor Oasis

During this time of social distancing- this will be such a great location to meet up with friends and family in an open, outdoor space. If you are a fan of music or theater, this front lawn will be a favorite spot of yours this summer!

A view of Glenwood building Hawthorn Park from Lincoln Center's front entrance
View of Glenwood’s Hawthorn Park 160 W 62nd St from Lincoln Center

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