Freeman Triangle

Freeman Triangle [OpenStreetMap]

Named for a mid-19th century Bronx academic. Dr. Freeman was a visiting physician at St. John's College, now known as Fordham University, from 1845 through 1850. Freeman left St. John's College to found the Union School in 1853 and began his long tenure as a member of the Bronx Board of Education that same year.

A very small triangle/plaza at Freeman St, Longfellow Av, W Farms Rd in the Bronx

๐Ÿ“

Founded January 1, 1938 — 83 years ago

Learn More at NYC Parks Department

Help us document the history of Freeman Triangle by sharing your photos and memories! Leave a comment below or send us an email with stories about your favorite neighborhood park or secret features that most people may not know!

โ†ฉ View all parks   View a random park   Report an error โ„น

Comments

Your email address will remain private, but will be used to display your Gravatar icon if available.
Plain text and emojis may be used but there is a limit of 150 words.