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Williamsburg »

Property tax from 25 Kent Ave. should be used to finance Bushwick Inlet Park, said BP Eric Adams.

Williamsburg »

Smorgasburg returns to the Williamsburg waterfront this weekend with dozens of new food offerings.

Fort Greene »

An environmental study found potentially carcinogenic materials buried underneath the soil at BAM Park.

Williamsburg »

The city paid $53 million to Bayside Fuel on March 9, according to property records.

Greenpoint »

A nearly 30-acre park was promised to North Brooklyn residents during the 2005 rezoning. 

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The park, which opened in August, is located between 33rd and 36th streets from 10th to 11th avenues.

Columbia Street Waterfront District »

The nearly two-acre park has raised about $1.7 million in funding, but requires much more.

Upper East Side »

The 34-foot and 28-foot orchids will rise on the corner of East 60th Street and Fifth Avenue.

Park Slope »

The brightly colored bird is usually found in the south, but has been spotted in Brooklyn.

Greenpoint »

Friends of Bushwick Inlet Park will host "It's a Wonderful Park" a kid-friendly event this Saturday.

Chelsea »

Chelsea residents are worried about the loss of another piece of public space.

Prospect-Lefferts Gardens »

The incident happened in the Nethermead meadow on Nov. 18, a local bird expert told DNAinfo New York.

Upper East Side »

The Hospital for Special Surgery plans to finish its section of the East River Esplanade by Summer 2016.

Chelsea »

The Hudson River Trust Park wants to put a restaurant with a full liquor license at Pier 62.

Chelsea »

In a eight-part podcast series, co-founder of the High Line explains the park's back story.