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BK Reader: Vanderbilt Ave Open Street to Return April 1

“Vanderbilt Ave. will close to traffic from Atlantic Ave. to Park Place to welcome those in the community to eat, drink, play, dance and enjoy the buzzing stretch of Brooklyn without the cars.”

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[Press Release] Open Streets Returns to Vanderbilt Avenue This Spring

PHNDC Announces Vanderbilt Avenue’s popular Open Streets program will resume Friday, April 1st.

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Patch: Vanderbilt Ave Open Street To Return In April

“Organizers of the popular Open Street are raising money for the 2022 season.”

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DOT Announces Innovative New Bike Parking Pilot

Brooklyn-based company Oonee partners with DOT to bring its “Mini” protected bike corral to Vanderbilt Ave Open Streets this June.

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2022 Season Fundraiser

Our volunteers are hard at work preparing for the reopening of Vanderbilt Open Streets on April 1st. But we can’t make the magic happen again this year without your help! Your donation will help ensure an entire season of Open Streets on Vanderbilt Avenue – Spring, Summer and Fall – with continued safety improvements and […]

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NYC DOT Thanks Open Streets Community Partners

“Nation-leading program dedicating roadway space for recreation, outdoor dining, learning, and cultural programming now a permanent part of NYC’s urban landscape”

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News 12: Open Streets program gives Prospect Heights a boost heading into fall

“On the last Saturday of the summer, residents of Prospect Heights came out to enjoy the city’s open streets. News 12’s Cecilia Hua was there on Vanderbilt Avenue.”

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[Press Release] “Envision Vanderbilt” builds on community efforts to pioneer a future for Vanderbilt Avenue

Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council and Arup partner to create a plan forward of one of the New York City’s premier Open Streets

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Brooklyn Paper: Street mural adds “splash of color” to Vanderbilt

Artist Cara Lynch’s “Carpet Collage” draws inspiration from different cultures in an aim to represent New York City’s diversity.

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Streetsblog NYC: Mayor announces ‘Open Boulevards’

New designation will bring cultural activities, community-based programming, landscaping, and art installations to 15 streets throughout the city.