Officials hosted a ribbon-cutting event for Bush Terminal Park, which opened to the public last week.
The park will get a new basketball court, fitness equipment and "family-oriented" improvements.
The waterfront park between 43rd and 51st Streets debuted Wednesday after multiple delays.
Police have been called to Fort Greene Park five times in the past five months, records show.
The Economic Development Corporation is awaiting approval from the state agencies to open the park.
The bricks fell from the building as construction work was under way, officials said.
More than 100 residents are expected to attend a clean up day for the neighborhood park, officials said.
The "Karate Kid" returns, artists come together and tiny gardens grow in Brooklyn.
Tickets for the October fundraiser at Skylight Modern cost $1,500 per person, or $25,000 per table.
The long-awaited Sunset Park green space will provide waterfront access and sports fields.
There's no timeline for fixing the sinkhole-marred Grant Park basketball court, Parks officials said.
Columbia University promised $300,000 for community uses, but it still hasn't been doled out.
The playground with fountains will be open this summer, after it was previously slated to be closed.
The East 72nd and West 67th Street playgrounds are both examples of adventure playgrounds.
The West 71st Street park is not well known, but is well loved by neighbors who tend to it.
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