The Parks Department won't open a cafe because the Army Corps of Engineers is building a levee wall.
The last park phase has run into funding issues that mean work on its design and planning has halted.
The next boathouse operator should consider more moderate prices, locals said.
Nicolas Holiber's sculpture, made of recycled materials, will be on display starting this spring.
The city Parks Department said it plans to spruce up the beach, including new seating.
Bouncer Andrew Tolbert claims in a lawsuit that La Marina didn't have adequate security at the time.
The petition asks Mayor Bill de Blasio not to tear down the gardens to build affordable housing.
The abstract artwork will be installed in Thomas Paine Park this spring for a temporary exhibit.
The Parks Dept. will install signs and GPS locators at 16 landmarks throughout the park.
The annual event lets you bring home a bag of mulch made out of your old tree.
Renovations are on the way to Central Park, Riverside Park and several playgrounds.
The New Leaf cafe in Fort Tryon Park will serve its last meal on Dec. 28.
Robert McClain said the city agency denied him seven promotions and unfairly targets minority workers.
The basketball courts, lighting, pathways, entrances and seating will all be updated under the plan.
Since 2012 La Marina has made $18.4 million, including tens of thousands of dollars in hookah sales.
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