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Bay Ridge »

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

Bushwick »

Police are hoping witnesses from a gallery opening will come forward with information.

Upper West Side »

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

Bushwick »

Upgrades to Rudd Park and Playground will bring the first skate park to the neighborhood.

Downtown Brooklyn »

The new skatepark, at Gold and Concord streets, is now open to the public.

Williamsburg »

The community is urging the city to close the park at 10 p.m. because noisy skate boarders.

Greenpoint »

Jad Allen-Magaziner has run East River Skate Shop since his close friend Richard Oates was killed. 

Upper East Side »

High School Senior Laszlo Jeliasazcic sells his skateboards online and at the East River Skate Shop.

Upper West Side »

We asked you whether skateboarders frequenting Frederick Douglass Circle were a problem. 

Upper West Side »

Both residents and skaters say that a park at W. 110th St. has ideal skateboarding conditions.

Lower East Side »

Skating around the city Tuesday, the pro skateboarder gave his board to the first person to ask for it.

Lower East Side »

"All Valid" on view at Chinatown Soup, highlights the neighborhood's skateboarding scene.

Westerleigh »

Leo Heinert, named the city's top amateur skateboarder, works as a real estate agent.

Morrisania »

The team is called HeavenBound7 and is based out of a skate shop on Fulton Avenue.

Port Richmond »

Marco Hernandez published "Mean Streets" featuring skaters at spots across the borough.