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Concourse »

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. described the plan as "an outrage."

Prospect Heights »

The green space will be open to the public during daytime hours year-round, the developer said.

Crown Heights »

The construction plans at 115 Rogers Ave. would take over the Roger That Garden plot.

Crown Heights »

The community garden joined the Brooklyn Queens Land Trust, which means it can't be sold or developed.

High Bridge »

Residents cannot access Cpl. Fischer Park., located on Nelson Avenue in Highbridge.

Hudson Square »

The Freeman Plaza parks are surrounded by four lanes of honking traffic entering the Holland Tunnel.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The mayor recently announced a series of projects that will transform Downtown Brooklyn's green spaces. 

Inwood »

Columbia University promised $300,000 for community uses, but it still hasn't been doled out.

Chelsea »

The city will consider other sites for affordable housing, so the disputed lot could become a park.

Upper East Side »

The Friends of the East River Esplanade want to create a public art installation in the space.

Upper West Side »

The West 71st Street park is not well known, but is well loved by neighbors who tend to it.

Prospect Heights »

Gentrification and environmental stewardship are themes for "Jane's Walk" local tours.

Upper East Side »

The planting beds along First Avenue have become a dumping space, residents say.

Corona »

The Talking Heads singer helped celebrate the grant, which will be used to maintain the plaza.

Bed-Stuy »

The lots need community board approval, according to an organizing group.