Bade Stageberg Cox has been chosen to design a boathouse and learning center along the Inwood waterfront.
Eight firms will submit plans for an outdoor classroom and boat facility at the Sherman Creek boat site.
Downed trees have been removed, but trash still remains at Sherman Creek.
Hurricane Sandy uprooted trees and caused damage at Swindler Cove, a restored natural habitat.
Community Board 12 voted to support a plan by the New York Restoration Project to rehabilitate a stretch of Sherman Creek along the Harlem River.
Inwood residents are concerned street construction on Broadway and West 218th Street forces pedestrians to walk into the busy street.
Most uptown residents said Hurricane Irene's damage was far less than had been expected.
Local historian and author James Renner plans to lead guided tours of Northern Manhattan this fall.
The New York City Economic Development Corporation uneviled its proposed plan for the complete renovation of Sherman Creek during a community forum Wednesday night.
Bette Midler was awarded for her work restoring upper Manhattan's parks by the Fort Tryon Park Trust.
The NYC Economic Development Corporation unveiled its Sherman Creek Waterfront Esplanade plan.
The Department of City Planning is taking input about waterfront development online before next month's meeting.
The proposed revitalization of a stretch of industrial waterfront in Inwood moved one step closer to becoming a reality.
Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez is said to be dissatisfied with level of community input so far.
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