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  • The idea is to show that we all know people want to live across from parks and show some of the obvious adds Then talk about the how people also want to live on tree lined streets and show the pics of Queens and Brooklyn and the environmental benefit of trees. But what people don’t really know about is the economic benefit of trees. That dollar amount has been quantified….go into STRATUM And then end on the ads for High Line and McCarren that even new development or renovations show that parks are of good economic value. Think we need a better ending…
  • Many of the parks you see today were built in the 1930s
  • Today FHL works in partnership with the City to preserve and maintain the structure
  • The idea is to show that we all know people want to live across from parks and show some of the obvious adds Then talk about the how people also want to live on tree lined streets and show the pics of Queens and Brooklyn and the environmental benefit of trees. But what people don’t really know about is the economic benefit of trees. That dollar amount has been quantified….go into STRATUM And then end on the ads for High Line and McCarren that even new development or renovations show that parks are of good economic value. Think we need a better ending…
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    • 1.
      • CEOs for Cities
      • Strategy Session 2010
      • SUNY Levin Institute
      • April 20, 2010
      Public Private Partnerships for Parks in New York City Michael R. Bloomberg, Mayor Patricia E. Harris, First Deputy Mayor Adrian Benepe, Commissioner of Parks & Recreation
    • 2. New York City ’ s Parks & Recreation System 29,000 acres of parkland 14% of all land in the city 5000 properties
      • 2 million park trees
      • 600,000 street trees
      • 9000 acres of nature preserves
      • 14 miles of beaches
      • 1300 restrooms
      • 1000 playgrounds
      • 800 athletic fields
      • 800 monuments
      • 600 tennis courts
      • 66 swimming pools
      • 51 recreation facilities
      • 23 historic house museums
      • 17 nature centers
      • 14 golf courses
      • 13 marinas
      • 7 ice rinks
      • 5 stadia
      • 5 zoos
      • 1 aquarium
      City, State and Federal Parkland Neighborhoods Non Residential Neighborhoods
    • 3.  
    • 4. Freshkills Park, Staten Island
    • 5.  
    • 6. Federal Works Progress Administration
    • 7. Moses-Era Capital Projects
    • 8.  
    • 9.  
    • 10. Park Avenue Malls
    • 11.  
    • 12. The Central Park Mall, 1979
    • 13. The Harlem Meer, Central Park
    • 14.  
    • 15. Sheep Meadow,1970s Sheep Meadow, Restored
    • 16. Conservatory Garden, Restored in 1983 Before After
    • 17. Contract: Central Park Conservancy and City of New York,1998
    • 18. Great Lawn, Central Park,1970s Great Lawn, Central Park,Today
    • 19. Brooklyn Bridge Park
    • 20. Pier 1, Brooklyn Bridge Park
    • 21. East Side Access Excavation Mounds at Brooklyn Bridge Park
    • 22. Recycled Materials in use at Brooklyn Bridge Park
    • 23. Pier 4, Brooklyn Bridge Park
    • 24. Pier 4, Brooklyn Bridge Park
    • 25. Development Sites
    • 26. The New York Times, Friday, April 2, 2010
    • 27. The High Line
    • 28. Joshua David and Robert Hammond The High Line, 2006
    • 29. High Line Design Renderings and Map
    • 30. The New York Post, Friday, April 2, 2010
    • 31.  
    • 32. It’s My Park! Day, Morningside Park
    • 33.  
    • 34. Bowne House, Queens
    • 35.  
    • 36.  
    • 37.  
    • 38.
      • CEOs for Cities
      • Strategy Session 2010
      • SUNY Levin Institute
      • April 20, 2010
      Public Private Partnerships for Parks in New York City Michael R. Bloomberg, Mayor Patricia E. Harris, First Deputy Mayor Adrian Benepe, Commissioner of Parks & Recreation
    • 39. Bronx River, Before
    • 40. Bronx River, Today
    • 41. Pedaling and Paddling along the Bronx River
    • 42. José the Beaver
    • 43.  

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