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Bay Ridge »

The spot was designed by New York City skate royalty Andy Kessler in 2001.

Upper West Side »

The $1.8 million renovation will close the park for 12 to 18 months, the Parks Department said. 

Longwood »

The new amenities at Playground 52 should arrive by June 2017, according to the Parks Department.

Washington Heights »

One8one skate shop opened on Amsterdam Avenue this winter, blocks from a new skate park.

East Harlem »

The Parks Department is designing a skate park for Thomas Jefferson Park.  

Stapleton »

After a show with Drake in Forest Hills, the hip-hop star had a private session at the 5050 skatepark.

Woodhaven »

The 10,350-square-foot skatepark in Woodhaven has grind rails, hubba ledges and a quarter pipe.

New York City »

You don't have to spend a fortune on fancy gyms to get in a good workout in New York.

Rockaway Park »

Renovated park included playgrounds, basketball courts, a skate park and performance space.

New York City »

Whether you're an absolute beginner or a seasoned shredder, odds are there's a park for you.

Port Richmond »

The borough's third skate park is planned to be constructed in Faber Park, Port Richmond.

Woodhaven »

A 10,350-square-foot skatepark is set to be built at London Planetree Park in Woodhaven, Queens.

Stapleton »

5050 Skate Park will be the city's only indoor skate park when it opens July 7.

East Village & Lower East Side »

The East 11th Street skate spot will reopen Friday after officials discussed problems at the popular park.

East Village & Lower East Side »

The Open Road skate park on East 11th Street was closed this week due to instances of drinking and fighting.