New Yorkers are getting more free WiFi Internet access thanks to search giant Google.
The Southwest Chelsea neighborhood, where Google has its NYC offices, will get free WiFi.
Google’s free WiFi network will cover the area between Gansevoort St and 19th St from 8th Ave to the West Side Highway.
Google’s free WiFi covers public spaces like Gansevoort Plaza, Chelsea Triangle and 14th Street Park.
Google worked with The Chelsea Improvement Company and Sky-Packets to provide the free WiFi service.
Free WiFi in NYC
Several parts of New York City already get free WiFi.
NYC has partnered with AT&T to provide free WiFi at several parks and tourist spots.
Battery Park (Battery Bosque and Ferry Landing), Mineral Springs and Tavern on the Green in Central Park, Bryant Park, Rumsey Playfield, areas of Thomas Jefferson Park in East Harlem, Tompkins Square Park, Madison Square Park, Times Square, Rockefeller Center, near St. Patrick’s Cathedral, along Park Avenue and near the Ed Sullivan Theater are some of the prominent locations in NYC that have free WiFi.