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Since 1972, NYRP has been an operator in New York City and was the first free-standing operator in Manhattan and the surrounding boroughs to have been designated Diagnostic Imaging Centers of Excellence by the American College of Radiology.
Additionally, NYRP is currently working with Haven Project Lead Sponsor Health-first and Sportime, operator of the Randall's Island Tennis Center that provides Bronx and East Harlem youth with free tennis instruction and scholarships, to pilot a free shuttle bus program using Sportime vehicles that will provide a safe transportation alternative for Mott Haven and Port Morris residents to navigate the disconnected and dangerous crossings that lead to NYC EDC's Randall's Island Connector.
NYRP will reimagine the surfaces of industrial buildings as mediums for wayfinding, turning them into larger-than-life public art pieces.
NYRP previously occupied approximately 3,000 s/f at 31 West 56th Street, a townhouse which was recently sold.
NYRP works through a public/private partnership that since its inception has restored over 375 acres of parkland throughout the city, removed more than 75,000 tons of debris, created a new park and the Peter Jay Sharp floating boathouse on the Harlem River, served thousands of students with environmental education programs, helped protect 114 community gardens, purchased and maintained nearly half the sites, and assisted with beautification efforts along the Henry Hudson Parkway.
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