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September 18, 2001

PUBLIC SPACES ARE TRANSFORMED INTO MEMORIALS

A 25 by 12-foot American flag flies above the New York State Pavilion in Flushing Meadows...

September 17, 2001

NEW YORKERS FIND COMMUNITY IN PARKS

Open and fully operational, New York City’s parks are able to serve in their capacity as meeting...

August 31, 2001

ALLEY POND OVERNIGHT ADVENTURE

On Wednesday, August 15 , girls from Sorrentino Recreation Center and the Girls Sports Camp at...

June 28, 2001

TWO PARKIES SAVE A LIFE

Everyday, Parkies citywide perform outstanding work. On June 13 Clinton Johnson , WEP Crew...

November 24, 2000

A MANHATTAN GARDEN GETS LIFE INSURANCE

A MANHATTAN GARDEN GETS LIFE INSURANCE The Heather Garden in Fort Tryon Park, a three...

October 4, 2000

BYE BYE BEEKER: OPERATIONS COORDINATOR SAYS FAREWELL TO PARKS

Parks bid goodbye to Rebekah (Beeker) Scheinfeld at a party at the Central Park...

September 26, 2000

NEW YORK CITY’S LORDS AND LADIES GATHER FOR MEDIEVAL FESTIVAL AT YE OLDE FORT TRYON PARK

On Sunday, September 24, Commissioner Henry J . (StarQuest) Stern along with Councilman...

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The path and stairs in Fort Tryon Park that lead to the Cloisters are currently closed for repairs. The construction project is in the bidding cycle. Railings and lighting will be installed as part of the project, which is anticipated to go into construction in the fall of 2016.
Anticipated Completion: Fall 2016

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