The Kensington gardens, which have been in disrepair for decades, are finally coming back to life as the city looks to re-imagine its urban landscape.
The $60 million project is the city’s biggest urban transformation since the early 1970s.
It is the first major urban renewal project in more than half a century.
Mayor Mark Patten is calling the revitalization a “game-changer.”
The city is moving to transform the city with a new vision and a new way of life.
The city spent $600 million in federal funds to rebuild the gardens in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
The garden is now a vibrant urban destination, with shops, restaurants and entertainment venues, and a thriving arts and culture scene.
But in the past few years, the gardens have been struggling to recover from a number of problems, including a fire that destroyed a roof in 2009.
The fire caused $3.7 million in damage to the garden.
A number of residents who had lived in the gardens since the 1960s filed a class action lawsuit against the city.
That lawsuit was dismissed.
The new Kensington City Plan calls for the gardens to be rebuilt in phases, and the city will pay $15 million in mitigation costs.
The city will also spend $1.6 million to help pay for the construction of a park along the south end of the gardens, along with $600,000 to rehabilitate the gardens on the north end.
It’s estimated the $60-million renovation will be completed by 2025.
It has not been determined if the park and the parkway will be used as recreational and entertainment areas.
The Kensington parks were named after Charles E. Kensington, the first mayor of New York City, who built the gardens at the end of World War II.
He died in 1991.
The gardens are home to the city parks, including the parks, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Hudson River Zoo and the National World War I Museum.
The buildings have been vacant for decades and have not been renovated.
The only significant change was in the design of the new headquarters for the city, which is located in the new Kenswood Village.