Half of the Children's Magical Garden, which was set to become affordable housing, will become a park.
New York City's outdoor public pools opened for the season on Thursday.
Neighborhood dog owners in Sunnyside have been pushing to get a dog run for the last decade.
The 10,350-square-foot skatepark in Woodhaven has grind rails, hubba ledges and a quarter pipe.
Isham Park's camera only records for four hours a day while the park is closed, prompting security fears.
Hasidic women say they won't swim without a female lifeguard at Williamsburg's Metropolitan Pool.
More than half of the popular Andrews Grove playground in Hunters Point has been shuttered since Sandy.
The meeting between bikers and city officials was seen as a first step toward making riding safer.
A California-based rental company opened new locations at Jacob Riis Park.
Mock botanical signs with statements like "class barrier" aim to point out local cultural dynamics.
The Parks Dept. is painting over the apple-green paint at Woodside's Doughboy Park with a darker green.
A celebration of Matthews-Palmer Playground Saturday will farm ideas for a $1.8 million redesign.
The redesigned Ramon Aponte Park will not have a basketball court, despite pleas from local teens.
The city's Parks Department has presented two alternative designs for the long-neglected Pier 42.
Artist Fanny Allié is creating a sculpture of Christopher Gamble, who lived on the streets for 28 years.
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