Community members are working to design an inclusive and accessible play space in the neighborhood.
The owner of the Rivergate apartments plans to build a one-story retail building in Joseph Slifka Park.
Commissioner Mitchell Silver had sitdowns with celebrities and billionaires about their pet causes.
A principal made a controversial remark, the NYPD named its No. 2 and a beloved diner owner died.
Residents say that cracks in the sidewalk create a safety hazard.
With the support of local leaders, the Stryker Park group said their plan has gained momentum.
A day after DNAinfo asked about the Parks head's inaccessibility, he agreed to meet with one group.
Juan Pablo Duarte Square has seen a growing number of homeless men congregating in the public plaza.
The party ends the months-long celebration of the 1939 and 1964 World's Fairs.
The Parks Department presented a new design for the comfort station at Valentino Park Thursday night.
The NYPD handed out nearly 200 summonses in August but drivers keep returning.
The cafe will take the place of an historic diner that was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.
The controversial Dyckman Street venue will stay open all winter for the first time.
A local volunteer gardening group said they find syringes and human waste in Juan Pablo Duarte Square.
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