In 2005, the City of New York promised the neighborhoods of Greenpoint and Williamsburg a 27-acre park along North Brooklyn’s waterfront.
Almost 12 years later, tens-of-thousands of new residents have moved in, but very little of Bushwick Inlet Park had been materialized.
On November 21, 2016 this all changed! The City of New York finalized a deal with the owner of the CitiStorage site, for acquiring the final piece of the full promised park. The future is now for Bushwick Inlet Park and the community of North Brooklyn! A resounding thanks to Mayor de Blasio and to a passionate resilient coalition of Our Community, Supporting Organizations, and Our Elected Officials! Read the story.
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News & Articles
DNAinfo April 19, 2017 By Gwynne Hogan WILLIAMSBURG — The city closed a $160 million deal to buy the last piece of […]Read More ›
Brooklyn Daily Eagle December 19, 2016 Political Leaders Join Neighborhood Activists and Property Owners to Announce Way Forward for Waterfront […]Read More ›
News 12 Brooklyn December 17, 2016 WILLIAMSBURG – The city has reached an agreement to buy the final piece of […]Read More ›
As many of you have seen, a group by the name of Maker Park is holding a “Design Display” meeting […]Read More ›
Waterfront Alliance December 2, 2016 On November 22, the Brooklyn waterfront communities of Williamsburg and Greenpoint erupted in cheers at […]Read More ›
New York Times November 24, 2016 A patchwork of weeds, rusted refineries, dilapidated warehouses and pollution-soaked land along the East […]Read More ›