A couple that lives in a condo in Brooklyn Bridge Park say toilet sounds are keeping them up at night. Park officials are fighting their lawsuit while looking for solutions.
Community organizations sent a letter to city and state officials opposing a City Hall-backed plan to build a venue for an international cricket tournament.
A green vision decades in the making received design approval, but land pivotal to construction is needed from the MTA.
Astro’s Community Dog Run is slated to close, leading Community Board 4 to demand a new spot.
Opened less than three years ago, the ‘mist garden’ has been closed for months by a leak.
Nearly three dozen municipal pools will stay open an extra hour, but 6 p.m. remains the last whistle for city beaches.
The administration is hoping to get a 34,000-seat stadium hosting World Cup matches in Van Cortlandt Park next June, but parkgoers aren’t sold and time is running short.
Big event producers want more access and fee transparency, while organizers of smaller-scale festivals worry about being displaced.
This year’s budget includes an additional $5 million for opening public school pools for free lessons.
Union-run mandatory workshops double as outlets for anti-management messages, while staff shortages keep stretches of beach closed.
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Surfs up, numbers down. The Parks Department says that low staffing won’t keep any beaches or pools closed for now, even though there are just 480 guards ready to go — out of a desired 1,400.
Records show a lobbying blitz is underway to get local and state support for bringing gambling to the arena’s 50-acre parking lot in Queens.
Warmer weather and other ecosystem shifts have the city’s gardeners and foresters staring at ‘existential questions in horticulture.’
Day camps that used to offer sessions at the city’s public swimming holes have been treading water with pricier private pools since the beginning of the pandemic.
Five prefabricated bathrooms will offer relief in one park in each borough — after a painful wait for a company coping with city bureaucracy.
A state Supreme Court judge ruled that the public interest was “incontestable” and warned that further delays would only rack up the project’s price tag.
Councilmember Lincoln Restler wants to cover his district with saplings, from Boerum Hill to Greenpoint
All the city’s indoor pools were closed Thursday so lifeguards could attend an hours-long ‘meet and greet’ at Chelsea Recreation Center in Manhattan, the first such gathering with the commish in recent memory.
A Parks Department nonprofit offers a fast track for requests to plant street saplings. Meanwhile, backups grow longer.
Longtime boosters of restoring rail service to a 3.5-mile stretch of the LIRR’s abandoned Rockaway Beach Branch said last week’s QueensWay park announcement left them wondering about the prospects for their preferred transit project.