Where’s Our Park?

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.

 

Where's Our Park?


Actions You Can Take Now


 

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Community Board #1 has approved a resolution AND our city, state and federal representatives have signed onto a letter to Mayor de Blasio stating they will never support rezoning or variances for the CitiStorage property. Rather they urge the Mayor to create the full park as promised in 2005!

Joseph Lentol,
50th Assembly District

Stephen Levin,
33rd City Council District

Daniel Squadron,
26th Senate District

Carolyn Maloney,
12th Congressional District

Antonio Reynoso,
34th City Council District

Martin Malave Dilan,
18th Senate District

Eric Adams,
Brooklyn Borough President


 

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About the “Value” of the CitiStorage Property

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Adam D. Perlmutter Open Space Alliance for North Brooklyn June 18, 2016 There has been a lot of discussion both here and elsewhere about...   Read More

Brooklyn BP Says ‘Countdown’ on for Bushwick Inlet Park Deal

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NY1 June 17, 2016 Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams unveiled a clock Friday, counting down the days the owner of a Williamsburg warehouse has...   Read More

$100 Million Still Not Enough for Final Piece of Bushwick Inlet Park

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Greenpointers.com June 16, 2016 The city is only one purchase away from obtaining the final puzzle piece needed to complete Bushwick Inlet Park: an...   Read More

Brodsky refuses DeBlasio’s $100M offer for Bushwick Inlet Park site: rep

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Brooklyn Paper June 10, 2016 by Ruth Brown A Williamsburg property mogul rejected Mayor DeBlasio’s $100-million offer to buy land he owns on the...   Read More

Value of CitiStorage site along Brooklyn waterfront comes into question with low-ball bid from city

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Crain’s New York June 10, 2016 The city offered owner Norman Brodsky $100 million for the 6.75-acre parcel. Brodsky is asking $325 million By...   Read More

What the CitiStorage Property is Worth and Why No One In Their Right Mind Will Overpay for It

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Press Release from Friends of Bushwick Inlet Park June 9, 2016 Download A recent press report noted that the “leading” estimate of the value...   Read More

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