LMDC, Parks & Recreation Cut Ribbon

This morning LMDC President Kevin M. Rampe joined NYC's Parks & Recreation Commissioner Adrian Benepe to celebrate the renovation of Bowling Green. The LMDC has allocated funding for restoration of the city's oldest park and the site of many historical moments.

"New York City's first park has been given a new look and this is just one of the over a dozen new and revitalized parks and green spaces downtown, with six to debut in the upcoming weeks," said LMDC President Kevin M. Rampe. "Bowling Green has long been a favorite lunchtime location for employees and an urban oasis for visitors and residents. Under the leadership of Governor Pataki and Mayor Bloomberg, the LMDC has made an unprecedented commitment of $25 million dollars for open spaces to improve downtown's public spaces to further enhance the quality of life in Lower Manhattan."
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