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Washington Heights »

A 2014 request for proposals didn't generate much interest, the Parks Department said.

Central Harlem »

The benches were removed last fall because of concerns over the growing homeless population.

Corona »

The World's Fair structure is getting a new paint job. 

Claremont »

The musical booth opened on Tuesday by the subway at Southern Boulevard and 174th Street.

Gowanus »

Double D Pool and Thomas Greene Park will likely be affected by the SuperFund cleanup, officials said.

High Bridge »

New York City's oldest standing bridge officially reopened to the public on Tuesday.

Port Richmond »

The park was built after Jarred Moller, 14, asked the Borough President for a safer place to skate.

Mott Haven »

Iris Rodriguez-Rosa will replace former Bronx Parks Commissioner Hector Aponte, who retired in January.

Upper West Side »

The 1.58-mile track had errosion and drainage issues, the Central Park Conservancy said.

Rockaway Beach »

Protesters were told to stand hundreds of feet away from Friday's unveiling of the Rockaway boardwalk.

South Beach »

The beaches will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. until the Labor Day weekend.

East Village »

Work is expected to begin later this month, the company announced Monday afternoon.

Union Square »

Eleven kids were hurt in Evelyn's Playground in Union Square Park in 2013 and 2014, records show.

Sunnyside »

Parents say the old playground was prone to puddles and didn't have enough swings for older kids.

Rockaway Park »

Crews will install new seating, water fountains and an electrical scoreboard, officials said.