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New York City Open Space 2004
- New York City Department of Information and Technology.
- The "Open_space" dataset is a polygon representation of New York City parks and open space. The data is comprised of polygon geometries with attribute information. Feature classifications include: 1. Ball fields within park, 2. Cemetery Outline, 3. Hard surface courts within park, 4. Parking areas within park, 5. Playgrounds within park, 6. Pools within park, 7. Recreational area over 2 acres, 8. Skating rinks within park.
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