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Reseeding required that the greensward be temporarily fenced off, and Ms. Rogers described the delicate negotiations that were required to keep such areas off limits to a public that had grown accustomed to roaming the park at will.
But when Harbor Point is finished, there will be more than 9 acres of parkland, including a large greensward at the harbor edge.
There is the matter of the FDR Drive, which is separated from the home by only a slim greensward and an 8 foot wall.
Work crews were taking down construction fences this week around the new Eager Park, a three-block-long, 5.5-acre greensward that officially opens Saturday.
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: an area of ground that is covered with green grass
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