In 2005, the City of New York promised the neighborhoods of Greenpoint and Williamsburg a 28-acre park along North Brooklyn’s waterfront.
Almost a decade later, tens-of-thousands of new residents have moved in, but very little of Bushwick Inlet Park has materialized.
Now is our last chance. It’s clear that unless we come together as a community and send a forceful message to city hall, our promised park will never be delivered.
Occupy Art Making Session this Sat 8/1 11-2, Bushwick Inlet Park Community Bldg, Kent Ave @ N9th St. Join in creating protest banners &... Read More
The quest continues. Join us! Organizing for Occupy the Inlet will be the main event. Monday August 3rd 7:30pm Dirck the Norseman 7 N15th St... Read More
CALLING ALL PADDLERS & OPEN SPACE ADVOCATES! Join (human-powered) boaters and fill the extraordinary Bushwick Inlet to show the City that we refuse to... Read More
Crain’s NY July 27, 20015 Behold the masters of derailing projects in the city—and the playbook they use to drive developers crazy. The owners... Read More
Washington Post June 29, 2015 …The paper, by Stanford’s Gregory Bratman and several colleagues from the United States and Sweden, was published Monday in... Read More
New York Magazine July 16, 2015 …Bloomberg’s credo was clear: Plant new parks, leverage private money, and make New York a magnet for visitors,... Read More
Patrick Coll July 14, 2015 Not many people know that behind this fence lies a little inlet of water that used to run all... Read More
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