Jersey City Breaks Ground on Berry Lane Park’s Latest Upgrades, Including Skate Park and Pavilion

Jersey City Breaks Ground on Berry Lane Park’s Latest Upgrades, Including Skate Park and Pavilion

 

Construction on Jersey City’s Largest Skate Park, funded in part by a Tony Hawk Foundation Grant, and New Park Pavilion Begins

 

What:             Mayor Steven Fulop and the Jersey City Redevelopment Agency (JCRA) are beginning construction on the Berry Lane Skate Park, funded by the Tony Hawk Foundation, in addition to a new park pavilion. The new one-story masonry pavilion will include restrooms, changing rooms, utility rooms, a concession area and covered exterior terrace. At nearly 12,000 square feet, the skate park will be the largest in Jersey City and the first poured-in-place concrete skate park in Hudson County. Berry Lane Park, located in the Bergen-Lafayette neighborhood, consists of 17 acres of property that was once a brownfield of former rail facilities, junk yards, and auto repair shops.

 

When:             Friday, November 8, 2019, at 10:00 a.m.

 

Where:           Berry Lane Park

1000 Garfield Avenue

Jersey City, NJ

 

Who:               Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop

Jersey City Redevelopment Agency

Jersey City Residents

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