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Upper East Side »

The Upper East Side is chock full of homes but lacks green space.

Central Harlem »

Developers want to build the homes on a vacant lot that is currently used as an outdoor space.

Prospect Heights »

The green space will be open to the public during daytime hours year-round, the developer said.

Crown Heights »

The construction plans at 115 Rogers Ave. would take over the Roger That Garden plot.

Crown Heights »

The community garden joined the Brooklyn Queens Land Trust, which means it can't be sold or developed.

Chelsea »

The city will consider other sites for affordable housing, so the disputed lot could become a park.

Upper East Side »

Poses Park on East 68th Street was closed to the public in 2009.

Upper East Side »

District 5 will take part in the participatory budgeting process for the first time this spring.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The proposed 2-acre plaza will have retail and event space, developer Brookfield Properties said.

Upper East Side »

One Community Board 8 Member suggested developers should pay for public green space.

Upper East Side »

Residents and activists expressed their concerns at a community board forum Thursday night.

Greenpoint »

The East River pier opened Monday, the Open Space Alliance announced.

Williamsburg »

East River State Park's dog run and four other projects won District 33's participatory budgeting vote.

Williamsburg »

The dog run is one of 16 projects proposed for a participatory budgeting vote.

Jackson Heights »

The city finished acquiring nearly 25,000 square feet of parks space on 79th Street near Travers Park.