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City Kicks Off $109MM in Renovations for Brooklyn Parks



The city kicked off over $100 million in repairs, renovations, and upgrades for Brooklyn parks over the weekend, in what Mayor Eric Adams is calling a “major milestone in our recovery” from the COVID-19 pandemic.

A whopping 104 projects citywide, totaling $417 million in capital investment, got the ball rolling on construction after having stalled in the procurement stage during the pandemic, the Parks Department said. That includes 29 projects in Brooklyn totaling just under $109 million in investment.

Brooklyn Paper

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