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Riverside Park 109th Street Skate Park Reconstruction

  • Design
    100% complete
  • Procurement
    60% complete
  • Construction
    0% complete

This project will reconstruct an existing skate park at West 109th Street and will include new elements for skaters of all ages/experience levels. The design will include fencing for safety and security, benches and picnic tables, and surrounding landscape improvements.

Project Update: Parks has reviewed bids received for this contract and identified the lowest apparent bidder. Working with external agencies, Parks is now reviewing the bid and the vendor’s qualifications.

Project Timeline

Design

Start Date: May 2015
Projected Completion Date: March 2016
Completion Date: May 2017

Procurement

Start Date: May 2017
Projected Completion Date: January 2018

Construction

The average time for construction is 12-18 months. The construction timeline for this specific contract will be established at the conclusion of the procurement phase.

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Funding

Total Funding: Between $1 million and $3 million
Funding Sources:
  • Borough President
  • City Council

Location

Riverside Park, Manhattan
Riverside Park between the Henry Hudson Parkway and Riverside Drive at West 109th Street

 

Project Staff

Project Liaison: Steve Simon
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Last updated: 11/16/2017

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