Happy 4th of July Harlem! It’s going to be a hot and sunny weekend with temps in the high 80’s / low 90’s see NYC 5 Day Forecast. The 37th Annual Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks will start at 8 pm EST live in New York City on the Hudson River. Macy’s Barges Map shown here from 24th Street to 42nd Street. Special holiday events are scheduled all throughout the city including Harlem Tavern‘s second year anniversary and 4th of July bash. With temperatures expected to reach in the low 90’s Friday and Saturday you can stay cool at one of the NYC Public Swimming Pools including Harlem Lasker Pool in Central Park.Central Park.
Also Morningside Park, Marcus Garvey Park & Pool and Washington Heights along the Hudson in the 140’s are great areas to enjoy your “staycation” in New York.
Get outside and enjoy your Holiday weekend!
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By HarlemGuy The Macy’s 4th of July fireworks show will offer stunning views on the west side between 20th and 55th Streets. This year’s show is “Gift of Freedom.” It will include a special tribute to the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. It will offer more than 40,000 fireworks, synchronized to a 25-minute musical performances by Beyonce, Nick Lachey and other stars are part of the lineup. Optimal viewing will be on Manhattan’s west side between 20th and 55th streets. The show starts at 9 p.m. Monday and lasts for 25 minutes, but Macy’s recommends staking out spots from 5 p.m. There are several viewing options.
Below are a few simple suggestions.
Twelfth Avenue and the West Side Highway. Beginning at 6 p.m., Twelfth Avenue and the northbound lanes of the West Side Highway from 23rd to 59th Streets will turn into a giant block party for the nation’s birthday bash. Access points will be at the following streets: 24th, 26th to 30th, 34th, 40th to 44th, 47th to 52nd, and 54th to 57th.
Hudson River Park at Pier 54 and Pier 84. These piers jut out into the Hudson River and promise phenomenal views. Pier 54, located on West Street and 13th Street, will have limited access from 14th Street, according to Macy’s website. The Pier 84 dock is located between West 44th and West 43rd streets in Midtown West. Limited access will be available at 44th Street.
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By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife
For all of us who are staycationing in Harlem this coming holiday weekend and not sure of where all the firework displays are scheduled, here is a guide. The closest viewing for Harlemites is the Hudson River, which will take place July 4th beginning a little after 9 PM. Hopefully, the weather will be cooperating this year so that we can see the fireworks display from places like West Harlem Piers or Riverbank Park. Whatever the case maybe, HCL hopes everyone has a fun weekend! On behalf of HarlemCondoLife.com, I would like to wish everyone a very happy, healthy, and safe Fourth of July!!!
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