With the weather in transition from summer to fall, daylight is fading fast and New Yorkers are in search of great outdoor spaces to relax and watch the leaves change. LentSpace, a temporary outdoor urban park is designed to do just that. The space, located in Tribeca, is a vision of sustainable design which is slated to thrive until the lease is up and future development for the space begins. The park is comprised of trees that will be incubated until they can be permanently planted in the area once it’s developed. LentSpace would not be possible without the support of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) and their partners, who value the environment and plans for a sustainable urban culture and strive to create welcoming outdoor environments for city-dwellers and visitors alike. Those interested in visiting the temporary park can enjoy it at Hudson Square in Lower Manhattan between Canal, Varick and Grand Streets at 6th Avenue.