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P.O. David Willis Basketball Court
Chelsea Park Basketball Court, located in Chelsea Park on West 28th Street between Ninth and Tenth Avenues, was dedicate...

P.O. William T. Gunn Jr. Park
This site is named for William T. Gunn, Jr. (1961-1992), a New York Police Detective who was shot in the line of duty and died...

P.S. 1 Playground
This playground, located on Third Avenue between 46th and 47th Streets, adjoins P.S. 1, known as the Bergen School. P.S. 1 i...

P.S. 155 Playground
Located on Second Avenue between 117th and 118th Streets, this playground shares its name with the adjacent school. The schoo...

P.S. 4 Paradise Garden
Once an undeveloped lot, this site was transformed through the efforts of park founder, Mrs. Gladys Gonzales. Its name is der...

Padre Plaza
Padre Plaza honors Father Roger Giglio (1943-1990), founder of St. Benedict the Moor Community Center. A native of Woburn, Ma...

Paerdegat Basin Park
This marshy East Flatbush park comprises a 1.25-mile channel that empties into Jamaica Bay in nearby Bergen Beach. Paerdegat ...

Paerdegat Basin Park - Invasive Phragmites
As one of the 20 most invasive plants in New York State, phragmites (Phragmites australis), also known as the common reed or &...

Paerdegat Park
This East Flatbush park, bounded by Foster Avenue to the north, Albany Avenue to the east, Farragut Road to the south and Eas...

Panthers
When President Theodore Roosevelt (1858–1919) left office in 1909, his cabinet presented him with Alexander Phimister Pr...

Parachute Jump
The Parachute Jump, located on the southwest corner of the block between Surf Avenue, the Riegelmann Boardwalk, West 16th S...

Parade Ground
The Van Cortlandt Park Parade Ground has been a center of activity for centuries. The Wiechquaeskeck tribe of the Lenape nati...

Parade Grounds
The Parade Grounds of Prospect Park have served as an integral part of the Brooklyn community since the mid-19th century. In ...

Parham Playground
Located south of Willoughby Avenue between Adelphi Street and Clermont Avenue in Brooklyn, this playground is named for Alb...

Park Avenue Malls - Peregrine Falcons in New York City
Pairs of peregrine falcons have been found nesting on the window ledges of such buildings as the Metropolitan Life Building...

Park Avenue South Malls
These malls, located in the middle of Park Avenue South, are the beautifully planted green spaces that give traffic-snarled Pa...

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