It’s not the future of health care, but it could be the future of your flagship park, and we trust your ability to multi-task.
The forgotten story of one of the neighborhood’s greatest 20th-century disappointments—how Dyker Beach became a golf course.
A pastoral field in rural Bay Ridge was the perfect spot for a park. But then the area got a little too popular.
On the history of McKinley Park, a misunderstood little greenspace.
A little piece of Shore Road could get a whole lot prettier.
Our best and biggest greenspace was briefly—and almost permanently—a military installation!
Bush Terminal Park, within walking distance of Bay Ridge, is one of the prettiest little parks we’ve ever seen.
Who was Dan Ross, and how did this accidental openspace on Seventh Avenue come to be?
Before it was the name of 75th Street, “the Bay Ridge Parkway” was an ambitious vision for a network of greenspaces that would ring the neighborhood and unite the borough.
The Bay Ridge Historical Society presents this talk about a planned series of uninterrupted parks that didn’t quite work out—not to be confused with 75th Street!