Upper East Side Patch—October 3, 2017
Upper East Side Patch reported that HSS and local officials celebrated the beginning of a renovation project for the East River Esplanade between 70th and 72nd Street in New York City. According to the article, the renovation project will include noise barriers, new planting beds, repaired railings, paving and maintenance in perpetuity by HSS.
The article featured a photo of HSS president and CEO Louis A. Shapiro with New York City officials.
"Residents will finally be able to enjoy some peace and quiet, lush greenery and quench their thirst at a new water fountain, in a portion of the park that will be cared for by HSS forever," City Councilman Ben Kallos said in a statement.
Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney said in a statement, "the Esplanade is a beautiful resource for the community, but it urgently needs some TLC. As HSS expands its operations, I am delighted they have agreed to make concrete contributions to an amenity that needs support."
Read the full article at patch.com