Oldest state park in NYC made new as $100M renovation project wraps up

Officials unveiled the newly renovated Roberto Clemente State Park on Thursday.
The $100 million renovation project on the borough's only state park -- the oldest in New York City -- began in 2012. Features of the renovated park include bike paths, gateways, playgrounds, swimming pools and multisport fields.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. and Rep. Adriano Espaillat were among those on site for the Thursday ribbon-cutting ceremony.