This one-of-a-kind playground is positioned in the heart of New York City. The playground, designed for kids ages 5 to 12, offers a playful design with its windmill-like roof, rope bridges and house-like enclosures. Even more, the unique color scheme mimics the surrounding architecture to fit seamlessly into the environment. The project reconstructed the playground and expanded it into the roadbed of “Little Pearl” Street and includes new play equipment for kids and tots, a state-of-the-art safety surface that reflects the sun and absorbs heat, spray shower, benches, fencing, new pavement, and native plantings. The playground was designed in compliance with accessibility design standards. This enlarged park also has a pedestrian link to Beekman Street, several additional seating areas, a rock feature referencing the sandy bluff that once existed at this site, and direct views to the South Street Seaport district.