Admiring NYC Skyline

Hoboken HDR Photo: Oscar admiring NYC skyline from Stevens

Continuing the Hoboken HDR Photo of the Day feature, today’s entry is for all the “parks” in Hoboken which have been under repair simultaneously this fall. Many residents have mentioned this to me, that the three park renovations (Stevens, Church Square, and Elysian) seemed to have been executed in a very poor way. Three dog runs were knocked out at once. Play areas dismantled. The general sentiment was “why didn’t they do ONE AT A TIME?”

It was probably for political publicity, and not “quality of life,” but regardless – the campus up at Stevens Institute of Technology was not under renovation, and offers trees, grass and stunning NYC skyline views, which Hoboken411 Mascot Oscar admires very much.

When was the last time you took a stroll up there?

Click for an enlarged version for best effect.

Hoboken411 Mascot Oscar admiring NYC Skyline from Stevens Institute in Hoboken NJ SM

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Wednesday, December 11, 2013 11:54 pm

Great Hasenpfeffer at the Stevens Campus!

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