NYC Parks Spotlight: Spike in Crime and the Bushwick Inlet Park 'Bait-and-Switch'

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The final phase of the High Line includes tracks that people can actually walk on.

Geoffrey Croft, President and Founder of New York City Park Advocates, discusses the recent spike in major crime in parks across New York City and the movement of elected officials and residents pressuring Mayor Bill de Blasio to use eminent domain to secure private land needed to complete Bushwick Inlet Park.

"Norman Brodsky is holding the property hostage," said Croft, supporting the use of eminent domain to reclaim that land. "That community has been promised those parks."