The hole is really deep, so the wall has probably the most potential out of everything else I saw here. Parts are somewhat slabby and the overhang at the top looks really loose and mixed with soil. This could pose topping out issues, but maybe after a lot of cleaning work, it could provide some decent routes. The wall itself is pretty large, almost 80' from the bottom of the hole I would say.
As with the rest of the rock in this park, very wet since the woods are super dense. I think this entire area would be a decent summer spot for locals, not so much worth traveling for.
This area was something I stumbled upon by accident. This is on the Lexington Ave side of the park. I believe it is still within the park's property, but it is awfully close to an apartment/condo complex. Easiest access would be to park at the condo, but I don't believe that would be the smartest way to access. If hiking in, follow the trails to the right side and just follow the houses along the right, you will stumble into this hole.
The Revere St. address listed on this link is bogus, I just suck at google map points, so use the green arrow as an indicator to where the hole is...