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Place Name Neighborhood Borough
Kingston Park (St. Andrews Playground) Crown Heights Brooklyn Ball fields and courts are well used at this Crown Heights park
La Guardia Corner Gardens Greenwich Village Manhattan Luxuriously-planted community garden on land owned by New York City
La Perla Garden Manhattan Valley Manhattan A dangerous lot rehabilitated into a vibrant community garden
La Plaza Cultural East Village Manhattan A vast community garden and performance space
Liz Christy Bowery-Houston Community Garden East Village Manhattan New York City's first community garden
Mapes Ballfields East Tremont Bronx A dangerous lot transformed into a public amenity
New York City Garden District East Village Manhattan A constellation of community gardens, many threatened by development
Owl's Head Park Bay Ridge Brooklyn Spacious and scenic Bay Ridge Park
Pelham Bay Park Pelham Bay Bronx NYC's largest park property
Prospect Park Prospect Heights Brooklyn Sprawling Olmstead & Vaux park in Brooklyn
Queens Botanical Garden Flushing Queens Where people, plants, and cultures meet
Red Hook Community Farm Red Hook Brooklyn An urban farm working closely with the Red Hook community
Riverbank State Park Hamilton Heights Manhattan Popular park atop a wastewater treatment plant
Robert Fulton Park Stuyvesant Heights Brooklyn A public park in Bedford-Stuyvesant
Roy Wilkins Park St. Albans Queens Park named after Roy Wilkins, famed civil rights leader and former NAACP president
Sasaki Garden at Washington Square Village Greenwich Village Manhattan Cherished greenspace in the heart of Washington Square Village
Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden Livingston Staten Island Cultural center located in former seamen's retirement complex
Socrates Sculpture Park Long Island City Queens Public park and site of sculpture installations
South Oxford Tennis Club (site of) Fort Greene Brooklyn Now a park, the club once offered clay courts and a clubhouse
Stuyvesant Square Gramercy Manhattan Public square created from the old Stuyvesant farm
Sunset Park Sunset Park Brooklyn View from the hill in Sunset Park
Thomas Jefferson Park and Pool East Harlem Manhattan WPA-era public pool that has seen some eras of racial strife
Tompkins Square Park East Village Manhattan East Village park since 1837
Travers Park Jackson Heights Queens Park in Jackson Heights
Union Square Park Union Square Manhattan A park and popular gathering space that offers a flagship Farmers Market
Untermyer Gardens Conservancy Manhattan Garden of Eden in Yonkers
Van Cortlandt Park Bronx A vast, historic park and nature preserve in the Bronx
Washington Square Park Greenwich Village Manhattan A center of Greenwich Village life
Washington Square Park Chess Tables Greenwich Village Manhattan Gathering spot for chess players and spectators
Wave Hill Public Garden and Cultural Center Riverdale Bronx Offers cultural and educational programs about humans and the environment and a large horticultural garden
William F. Moore Park, or Spaghetti Park Corona Queens Park featuring bocce courts