Brooklyn Bridge Park
Brilliant exhibits filled with fun and joy keep the kids in New York City active and continuously learning.
Brooklyn Bridge Park officials said there was an issue and shut down the bridge after staff reported unusual movement in August.
The Squibb Park Bridge connecting Brooklyn Heights to Brooklyn Bridge Park will be closed until spring.
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The theater company will soon host performances and concerts at a roofless Civil War-era tobacco warehouse.
A new flood protection system has been set up around Jane’s Carousel in Brooklyn Bridge Park, to prevent more flooding in the event of another superstorm.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg on Wednesday announced the contractors for a new plan for the redevelopment of a warren of empty warehouses along the East River in the DUMBO section of Brooklyn.
The Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy has called off a public contest to name a lawn in the park, following a push to name the strip after slain photographer Chris Hondros, according to published reports.
Residents of DUMBO, Brooklyn, and members of the New York photography community have launched a campaign to honor Chris Hondros, an award-winning photojournalist killed in Libya two years ago, with a lawn in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
The city has spent $26 million converting the abandoned 650-foot-long Pier 5 in into three multi-purpose state-of-the-art playing fields covered with artificial turf.
Central Park was back open Saturday – five days after Superstorm Sandy struck the area – but many major city parks remained closed.
Superstorm Sandy spared the historic horses on Jane’s Carousel in Brooklyn Bridge Park, but inundated the basement that houses the electronics that run the ride.
It will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. through Labor Day.
Sure, Central Park is not to be missed. But what about New York City’s hundreds of other precious green gems?