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Astoria »

The site, a lot with some trees and a faded roller hockey rink, will be fully renovated by 2020 or 2021.

Long Island City »

The small park on 48th Avenue and 5th Street is designed for kids aged 3 to 5 years old.

Washington Heights »

Uptown kids said they would like to see a soccer field, more bathrooms, horses and fish in the park. 

Rosebank »

The city will renovate De Matti Playground and Arrochar Playground.

Ditmars »

The $1.7 million overhaul of Paul Raimonda Playground started in August of 2015.

Astoria »

Sean's Place closes at 9 p.m. but has been a "consistent nighttime hangout" officials said.

Astoria »

A petition to fix and reopen the Charybdis Playground restrooms has more than 300 signatures.

Forest Hills »

A playground at Yellowstone Park has no locking gates, creating a safety hazard, parents say.

Long Island City »

The small toddlers play space on 48th Avenue and 5th Street has been closed the last few years.

Astoria »

Kids at P.S. 166 have recess just twice a week, parents said.

Greenwich Village »

Other parks projects in the neighborhood include sidewalk repair at Washington Square Park.

Long Island City »

Parents at the elementary school have been pushing to get an outdoor recess space for years.

Upper East Side »

Elements from the playground's original design from the 1930s will return.

Long Island City »

Miguel Cavanzos is collecting signatures to get a park opened in the area.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The new playground has a turf field, a track and outdoor ping-pong tables.