Staff members from the office of Daniel Doctoroff, the city’s deputy mayor for economic development, have met with most of the legislators representing the neighborhood over the last two months, pitching a plan for a 35-story tower that would consolidate United Nations offices now housed in widely scattered city-owned buildings. Because it involves taking parkland, the plan would require approval in the Legislature.
This is referring to Robert Moses Park, in the East 40s by the FDR Drive.
At a Longstanding Playground, Yet Another Plan to End the Games
So, Dan, what exactly happened to that "more parks by 2030" plan?
Map from Gothamist