Hudson River Park

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The first nine piles to support the park pier have been driven in, despite three pending lawsuits.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The park hired the dogs to deal with flocks of Canada geese that were causing trouble at Clinton Cove.

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An appeals court granted a motion to allow construction of the first nine piles for Pier55.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The park's first Hudson RiverStage Festival will kick off on Saturday, July 16 on Pier 97.

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A state appeals court halted construction of Pier 55, which was scheduled to start this summer.

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Three modern dance troupes will perform at the second-annual Hudson River Dance Festival on Pier 63.

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The Trust will have more than 400,000 square feet of development rights left after the St. John's deal.

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The Marine Transfer Station planned for the Gansevoort Peninsula requires a memo from the state.

West Village »

The Hudson River Park Trust will re-route pedestrians to the bike path to make repairs near Pier 40.

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The two companies are going to partner to occupy the waterfront pace, potentially year-round.

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A civic group sued the Hudson River Park Trust to stop the Barry Diller-backed pier from being built.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Guests can participate in canine-centric activities, meet Instagram-famous dogs and more.

Chelsea »

Athletes can compete in a pentathlon, or participate in a fitness challenge and other activities.

Chelsea »

The politicians want the funds in addition to the $800,000 Gov. Cuomo's proposed budget allocates.

Meatpacking District »

After many delays, the Department of Sanitation finally turned over the pier to the park.