Many residents were unaware that Riverbank State Park was built on top of the North River Wastewater Treatment plant, the site of a four-alarm fire Wednesday.
Bryant Park will now be open until midnight most days of the week.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill that would allow the UN to buy Robert Moses Playground, funding a potential waterfront developments.
Pigeons run amok at the tiny Tramway Plaza on East 59th Street and Second Avenue that's about to get a big nude sculpture.
The High Line will close at 6 p.m. on the 4th of July, because of large crowds expected for fireworks on the Hudson.
A 41-year-old woman was attacked in Sara D. Roosevelt Park last Thursday. Yeison Riano, 31, was charged.
A last-minute erosion of support among Bryant Park's partners means no wine or beer for moviegoers, officials said.
Bette Midler was awarded for her work restoring upper Manhattan's parks by the Fort Tryon Park Trust.
A Midtown Community Board said that developers failed to keep their end of the bargain at a W. 52nd St. public space.
Cops are hunting for three sexual predators wanted for a string of attacks within hours in Washington Heights and Inwood.
From swank rooftop refuges to free public pools for the whole family, these swim spots have something for every budget.
The plan will legalize the sale of wine and beer on movie nights in the park.
Hundreds of volunteers pitched in Thursday to build a new park at the 103rd St. Community Garden.
Parents were angry when the new $4.5 million playground closed for much of the winter.
The pillared building now serves as a recreation center.
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