Fight Over East Harlem Playground, Targeted For Rentals, Heats Up

NY Curbed reports that makes a park a park? That’s the question at the center of a lawsuit, filed by several preservation groups (including the Municipal Art Society, New Yorkers for Parks, and Carnegie Hill Neighbors), that aims to stop the rise of a 68-story rental building on East 96th Street. Continue Reading →

The Trust For Public Land And NY Road Runners Announce Partnership At Harlem School

mighty-milers-in-harlem1The Trust for Public Land and the NY Road Runners are announcing a partnership to build student-designed playgrounds in New York City with a ceremonial groundbreaking at CS154 Harriet Tubman in Harlem, one of the three schools to benefit from the initial $1 million contribution. Continue Reading →