Residents want to stop the construction of three homes on coastal wetlands in Great Kills Harbor.
New construction at Williamsburg's burgeoning waterfront has caused a headache for stay-at-home parents.
Hunters Point Community Middle School will use the nearby waterfront to teach about the environment.
The damaged seawall and the park's lack of waterfront access has been a point of criticism for years.
The Dyckman Street establishment is closing until spring in order to repair damage from Hurricane Sandy.
Visitors can venture all the way to the East River at the North 9th Street park.
The new viewing point will become another attraction of the waterfront park.
The cafe will open on Commercial Street near Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory.
The city is seeking "innovative" ideas to save crumbling underwater structures.
The future home of the world's largest rooftop farm could also soon have Bed Bath & Beyond.
In the evenings, the park on the Hunters Point waterfront is full of cuddling couples.
The Astoria Cove project would bring 1,800 housing units to the waterfront in Astoria.
The Red Hook-based nonprofit celebrates Brooklyn's waterfront heritage.
Residents hope that IS/HS 404 in Long Island City will emphasize the environment.
Make travel part of the fun with boat getaways, from Red Hook to Martha's Vineyard.
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