The park sits atop a large pier that will house part of Google’s major expansion.
“The sins of past development can and must be undone," Senator Chuck Schumer said.
While many New Yorkers stay at home for the greater good, others are out there acting as if there isn't a pandemic.
The 2.4-acre park is meant to resemble a leaf floating on water.
Did you know that the arch was once in so much disrepair that the figure actually fell from her chariot?
Williamsburg's Southside now has a marvelous and long-overdue waterfront park.
A pair of tennis courts in a brand new $3.5 million Long Island park have been shuttered for being too small to actually play tennis on.
The Park is celebrating 150 years!
"It was a badly decomposed body," a spokesman for the NYPD told Gothamist. "We don't know if it's male or female or how long it had been there."
"It's time to make [privately owned public space] great again."
It looks like a little too clean to be a real skull, but we're not phrenologists.
After local politicians put pressure on, the Jehovah's Witnesses agreed to make good on their donation promise.
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