Dan Reiner of the Journal News interviewed Millie Radonjic-Ilich and Kimberly Martelli in April 2017. "NEW ROCHELLE - Atop the hill at Hudson Park overlooking Long Island Sound is a row of abandoned, weather-beaten buildings. The curved roofs of the structures resemble shells of a greenhouse one might find at the New York Botanical Garden, but these only bare shattered glass and overgrown shrubbery. The decrepit buildings, known as the Wildcliff Greenhouse, were built in 1915 by the city Parks Department, but closed in 2009 due to building damage and operating costs. Now, a group of city residents is looking to revitalize the 102-year-old greenhouse to make it a place for educational programs, mentorship and sustainability." The wonderful article here A PDF version of the article is linked here.