An NYCEDC press release reports that the Blasio Administration today released a progress update for the City’s vision to close the 32.5-mile loop of the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway.
In the early days, Harlem’s history of waterfront development like the Harlem Rowing clubs and more that came to an end during the early 1900’s.
Crains New York reports that the city has begun the process to complete the last segments of the greenway, a waterfront park that rings much of Manhattan.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito today announced a major investment to advance construction of a brand new section of the Greenway, between East 125th and East 132nd Continue Reading →
Patch reports that Harlem residents can discuss the city’s plans to design and construct an 11-acre park in East Harlem with Parks Department representatives next week.
The collapse of a 30-foot chunk of wall into the East River at the Carl Schurz Park on the Upper East Side has New Yorkers worried about what they’re walking Continue Reading →
The East River, which runs along the eastern edge of Manhattan, was once the busiest industrial waterway in America–and, some say, the dirtiest.
Riverside Drive in New York City, the boulevard runs on the Upper West Side, generally parallel to the Hudson River from 72nd Street to Harlem, near the George Washington Bridge Continue Reading →
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