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Description

Two dilapidated basketball hoops . the only recreational equipment formerly on the one-half-block asphalt lot in the Brooklyn neighborhood of East New York . were replaced with a new community park courtesy of the Trust for Public Land. In addition to recess, the area is used for gym classes and after school recreation and is open to the community.

The Trust for Public Land is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to conserving land for people to enjoy as parks and open space. Since 1972, TPL has conserved over two million acres of land nationwide.



Goal

atRevitalizing an old basket ball court to create an enhance community recreation space