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Hamilton Heights »

Jenny Benitez helped transform a forgotten corner of Manhattan  i nto a blossoming garden.

Lower East Side »

The first phase of the "Gardens Rising" project is complete.

East Village »

The newly renovated Carmen Pabon Garden will be open year-round.

Sunnyside »

The city has set aside $3 million to buy and renovate the site at 39th Avenue and 50th Street.

Crown Heights »

Workers painted over fencing and padlocked the Rogers Avenue green space this week.

Long Island City »

Windmill Community Garden at 39-22 29th St. will be a gathering space for residents and local groups.

Crown Heights »

The Brooklyn greenspace could be preserved under bills by Velmanette Montgomery and Diana Richardson.

Lower East Side »

DNAinfo took a look back at some of the 2015 stories that will continue shape the area in 2016.

Central Harlem »

The city-owned gardens were slated for development but have been transferred to the Parks Department.

Lower East Side »

The grant will be used to study and implement the best practices for rain and storm water collection.

East Harlem »

More than 200 people attended a community workshop to voice their opinions Thursday.

Greenwich Village »

A DNAinfo article complicated an already contentious affordable housing fight.

Lower East Side »

Catch a Lunar Eclipse, take in a film festival, hang out in a community garden and more this weekend.

Bed-Stuy »

The New York Restoration Project hosts the events as part of its "Arts in the Garden" series.

Bed-Stuy »

The free July series offers solar-cooked meals and artist performances.