Parks Department lumberjacks will be chopping down trees in Fort Greene Park as part of a recently-relaunched $24 million makeover of the lawn’s Myrtle Avenue side — but they promise they’ll plant at least 200 new ones when it’s finished, according to an agency spokesperson.
City green space gurus propose an extensive makeover that will include new basketball and barbecue areas, better accessibility, and an environmental review.
A luxury condo in Cobble Hill has radiated a shrill whistling sound for months, disrupting life in the quiet brownstone nabe with its piercing noise, according to locals.
You can give back and enjoy some fresh air by lending a hand to some cleanup efforts this spring.
The joint statement came after a behind-the-scenes rift between the two agencies due to concerns over the polluted site where a 100 percent affordable housing complex is planned.
Marvel Architects is behind the design, and the renderings they presented at the meeting show a sleek yet jagged building with interesting angles.
Starting May 31, the public sessions will solicit design ideas to honor the late gay liberation activist and celebrate the LGBTQ+ movement.
Green-Wood cemetery is a visual treat at any time of year but spring brings a special riot of color across the open space.
A coalition of community groups conducted a two-year air quality study in Williamsburg that found levels of pollution higher than the state’s monitors, according to the environmentalists behind the effort.
A controversial plan to splash the waterfront Marsha P. Johnson State Park in Williamsburg with an ostentatious mural of rainbow colors — ostensibly in honor of the park’s namesake LGBTQ icon — has been dropped following objections from Johnson’s family and other activists over a lack of public input.