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Uptown Tonight: Help the City Spend $30 Million on Highbridge Park

Uptown Tonight: Help the City Spend $30 Million on Highbridge Park

Our very own Highbridge Park was chosen as one of five parks across NYC to receive $30 million in city funding for improvements thanks to the Anchor Parks program. It’s get better, you, yes you, can help to decide how the money is spent. It all goes down tonight from 6:30 – 8:30pm at the […]


City Unveils Renovated Highbridge Park Recreation Center | DNAinfo

City Unveils Renovated Highbridge Park Recreation Center | DNAinfo

By Nigel Chiwaya WASHINGTON HEIGHTS — The Highbridge Park Recreation Center is open for business — and thanks to a just-completed renovation, it will now stay open year-round. The city’s Parks Department, elected officials and representatives from Parsons The New School for Design joined northern Manhattan residents Monday to unveil the overhauled recreation center, which […]


City Hopes to Complete High Bridge Rehab This Year | Streetsblog

City Hopes to Complete High Bridge Rehab This Year | Streetsblog

by Brad Aaron Last year Mayor Bloomberg announced that the long-awaited restoration of the car-free High Bridge would be completed “by 2014.” Work began soon after, and the Parks Department tells Streetsblog the rehab is slated to wrap before the year is over. “While we estimate that the construction will be completed in December of […]


Washington Heights set to get a $1 million ice rink in Highbridge Park | NY Daily News

Washington Heights set to get a $1 million ice rink in Highbridge Park | NY Daily News

By Simone Weichselbaum / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS The city will spend more than $1 million on a new ice rink in Washington Heights — the first in upper Manhattan outside of Central Park. The skating area will be built on the kiddie pool in Highbridge Park, much as Lasker Rink near E. 106th St. […]


Harlem River, Cut Off From Public, Is Getting a Push Out of Isolation | NY Times

Harlem River, Cut Off From Public, Is Getting a Push Out of Isolation | NY Times

By LISA W. FODERARO One by one, the rivers around Manhattan have emerged from decades of industrial abuse. The Hudson River has its five-mile ribbon of parkland and active kayaking community; the Bronx River, the occasional beaver sighting; and the East River, a popular ferry service — all contributing to the sense that New York […]


Park Portfolio – Highbridge Park

Park Portfolio - Highbridge Park

Photography by Briana E. Heard (@beheardphoto) Also Check out: Park Portfolio – J Hood Wright Park Park Portfolio – Bennett Park Park Portfolio – Fort Tryon Park Park Portfolio – Swindler Cove Park Park Portfolio – Inwood Hill Park We invite you to subscribe to the weekly Uptown Love newsletter, like our Facebook page and […]


LITTLE RED LIGHTHOUSE FESTIVAL THIS WEEKEND

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