Several New York City parks expect to lose millions of dollars in funding for upkeep and maintenance.
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Open spaces in parks will remain open, but playgrounds are off-limits.
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For one hour, the very exclusive park will welcome regular folks.
The Olmsted-designed park’s drainage system dates back to the 1930s.
The $38 million revamp is the latest upgrade at the West Side waterfront park.
The newly-unveiled plans call for restoring the landscape surrounding the Harlem Meer and building a new recreational facility.
The 1.15-acre green space will have a play area, a dog park, a lawn, and several seating areas
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The quarter-acre park replaces a Department of Sanitation facility.
See how the former sanitation parking site will be transformed into a large public space
The seven-acre space will have large spaces for events and a connection to Greenpoint’s Newtown Creek
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The garden offers additional space for pedestrians and cyclists in Midtown
The 407-acre park has a bayside pier and ten miles of marked trails for hiking and biking
One repair took 11 years to complete, a new audit says
The city has more than 20,000 acres of forests, wetlands, and grasslands
But two lawsuits have been filed to stop the affordable housing project from happening
The project is part of the Park’s entrance restoration
More than 40 new trees will be planted in Prospect Park this spring, thanks to donors who seek to honor loved ones
Designed by SHoP and Ken Smith Workshop, the park is part of the city’s East River Waterfront Esplanade project
The embattled pedestrian pathway will be replaced in its entirety by 2020
The city is now soliciting feedback on five proposed designs of the forthcoming monument to the trailblazing legislator.
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Coastal erosion kept most of the stretch between Beach 91st and Beach 102nd streets closed last summer, but under a new agreement, those portions will reopen for this year’s warm weather.