The years-long rehab is official at Luther Gulick Park. pic.twitter.com/qe2XWo39Kb
— The Lo-Down (@LoDownNY) November 8, 2020
A few weeks ago we told you about the re-opening of Luther Gulick Park, which had just undergone a $10 million restoration. This past Wednesday morning, there was an official ribbon cutting attended by NYC Parks Commissioner Mitchell Silver, City Council member Margaret Chin and several of the community organizers who worked for more than 10 long years to see the project through to its completion. Chin has been an enthusiastic supporter of the community-led effort since she was first elected in 2009. To read more about the project, have a look at our earlier story from late September. And go check out the park, located on Delancey Street at Willet Street!