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Hope Stevens Garden

West Harlem / Hamilton Heights / Sugar Hill

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HOPE STEVEN GARDEN & ITS MURAL

In 1986, Hope Steven Community Garden (then known as the West Harlem
Group Assistance Garden) was selected to participate in Artists in
the Gardens, a project of GreenThumb, the community gardening program
sponsored by the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation.
From a roster of artists chosen by a panel of art professionals, the
gardeners selected Eva Cockcroft to paint a mural on the building
facing their garden. In 1998, the garden was sold by the City of New
York to the Trust for Public Land for eventual transfer to the newly
formed Manhattan Land Trust, thus ensuring its preservation.

Sites & Attractions Sites & Attractions: Public Art Parks & Outdoors Parks & Outdoors: Parks West Harlem / Hamilton Heights / Sugar Hill

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