Peck Slip Park is set to be finished by 2015, the Parks Department said.
The city now says the project "could last a few years."
Corporations take advantage of a disconnect between city agencies, community board members say.
Companies including Google made organizers sign non-disclosure agreements, angering the community board.
Three 16-foot sculptures will be exhibited in Dante Park this winter.
The revamped park, called James Madison Plaza, reopened to the public after residents sued the NYPD.
The $450,000 project will include new dog runs and drinking fountains for pups and their owners.
The playground redesign is being reconsidered, months after the initial design was approved.
But the Parks Department insisted that the sign is not a mistake.
The Downtown Boathouse worries it may be outbid for its Hudson River locations.
The new boardwalk plans also do not include a protective seawall, which angered residents.
Union Avenue, which cuts through the park, will become part of the green space.
Mayor Bloomberg's fee increases backfired by driving away members, the Independent Budget Office found.
A Sutton Place co-op's private garden will be turned into a public esplanade.
A 10-foot-tall flower will be on display at the plaza from October 2013 to April 2014.
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