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Bayswater »

Due to popular demand, Bayswater Park will get ramps and rails for skaters. 

East Elmhurst »

The proposed park at 94th St. and Ditmars was slated to become a staging area until DNAinfo made calls.

Broad Channel »

The empty plots of land will stay under the Parks Department to prevent any development.

Chelsea »

A total of $127,000 went toward court renovations at Chelsea Park and at Coffey Park in Red Hook.

Greenpoint »

The city's $100 million offer to owner Norman Brodsky expired Monday.

Edgemere »

The renovated Cardozo Playground includes a new track and other play spaces.

Chelsea »

Clement Clarke Moore Park's existing fence will remain in place, the city's Parks Department confirmed.

Williamsburg »

Two of the last remaining crabapple trees blew over Monday during a storm.

Elmhurst »

The court got the overhaul as part of the city's Community Parks Initiative. 

Yorkville »

The sculpture by Yasumitsu Morito features a man sitting on a vessel.


Tyler Jordan returned to his kayak after grabbing lunch to find a massive police search underway.

Mott Haven »

A campaign on the new website FixAField aims to raise $2,000 for improvements in St. Mary's Park.

Bayside »

Vivaldi Ristorante opened inside the Parks Department-owned home on Cross Island Parkway in 2013.

Prince's Bay »

Bloomingdale Park, Wolfe's Pond Park and two others will get the gear, the city said.