The longtime community center was slated to close on Dec. 20, but it will remain open, officials said.
The recreation complex is ramping up efforts against the East 91st Street sanitation project.
The video, narrated by a child, highlights risks the station poses to children, activists say.
Construction signs at the future East 91st Street Marine Transfer Station worry neighbors.
Asphalt Green officials worry that the trailer is a sign that construction will soon begin.
Children delivered letters to Gracie Mansion protesting the East 91st Street Marine Transfer Station.
The Asphalt Green community center in Battery Park City will open soon.
Gayle Horwitz resigned as the BPCA admitted a contract dispute with Asphalt Green.
A TriBeCa mom started a petition that has already gathered more than 225 signatures.
The fitness nonprofit's new community center has suffered many delays over the past six months.
The community center in Battery Park City will open in the spring, officials said.
The $55 million facility at 212 N. End Ave. will open in February 2012, rather than January.
Asphalt Green will offer cooking, circus and arts classes at its new Battery Park City Center.
A family of four will pay $175 a month to join Asphalt Green's new Battery Park City center.
Tenants from Stanley Isaacs Houses, a public housing complex less than 280 feet away, will speak out on Tuesday.
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