The city presented revised plans for its almost $10 million project to build a small waterfront park at the Bushwick Inlet in Greenpoint on June 3.
The Parks Department’s plans for 1.9-acre sliver of green at Franklin and Quay streets will be a “naturalistic” and “passive” lawn around the formerly-industrial cove, according to Terri Burger. The city-hired landscape architect with the Manhattan firm Abel Bainnson Butz showed the new plans to Community Board 1’s Parks and Waterfront Committee at a virtual presentation.
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