7 acres of park are finally opem!
Since 2010, the highest concentration of housing growth in NYC is in Greenpoint-Williamsburg.
“We will not allow our beloved Martha P. Johnson’s name to be exploited for political or personal gain”
Parkgoers can entire through the Bushwick Inlet Park entrance.
“In a normal year that would be insanity, during COVID it’s criminal and unconscionable.”
With some turf and a table, the Pulaski Bridge pedestrian lane just got a little greener. A small “park” installation has been slotted into the span’s scenic-overlook which offers unobstructed […]
Come mid-September Greenpoint’s kids can trade the pop-up playground in McGolrick Park for the real deal. The Playground is in the midst of a year-long make over, funded largely by […]
Maker Park, the proposed 7-acre waterfront space once home to Astral Oil Works and now within the larger scope of Bushwick Inlet Park, has been aiming to bring art, education, […]
Domino Park, the public space concession that Two Trees promised to throw into their larger Domino Sugar redevelopment project, will open to the public June 10. The park will stretch […]
The community organization Friends of Bushwick Inlet Park has been fighting for green space in North Brooklyn since 2005. That year, the City rezoned Greenpoint and Williamsburg, leading to frenzied […]