The panorama of New york is truly a dream. But whatever meets the eye are stones, glass and concrete. This is New York, it`s the metropolis, the opposite of a rural idyll. But wait: Do I stray a little too much in stereotypes? Obviously yes, because there were news recently, the Big Apple would turn into a thoroughly green apple – and It starts already in the gastronomy:
Organic grocery stores open everywhere, restaurants are serving the booming organic food – and in Chelsea, the first Biohotel of the city will soon be opened. Marco Burlimann, Director of Food and Beverage at the luxury hotel Essex House, confirmed the boom in eco-tourism business: “There is a veritable organic trend in upscale restaurants.”
Further, around the abandoned elevated railway in the west of Manhattan opened a new park, for which the city administration will spend 180 million euros.
Clearely, this investment will pay off soon. Because even today, the most expensive New York roads are located around the Central Park. And so it is hoped that the current “greening plans” last and New York will get a whole new image in the future. It would do the city on the Hudson River certainly good.