Harlem Mere

Harlem Mere is a body of water sitting in the northeast corner of the park just north of Lasker Rink. This was formerly a marshy area surrounding Harlem Creek, which flowed east into the East River under what is now 105th Street.

Harlem Mere
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Harlem Mere
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Harlem Mere
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Harlem Mere
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Harlem Mere
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Harlem Mere
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Harlem Mere
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The two 35-story octagonal buildings overlooking the Mere from the northeast corner of the park are Schomburg Plaza, constructed in 1975.

Schomburg Plaza
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Schomburg Plaza
Schomburg Plaza
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Schomburg Plaza
Schomburg Plaza
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Schomburg Plaza
Schomburg Plaza
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Schomburg Plaza
Schomburg Plaza
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Schomburg Plaza

A gentrification-special built in 2006-2007 at 111 Central Park North also looks down on the mere.

111 Central Park North
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111 Central Park North
111 Central Park North
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111 Central Park North
111 Central Park North
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111 Central Park North
111 Central Park North
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111 Central Park North
111 Central Park North
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111 Central Park North