Viburnum dilatatum Thunb., Syst. Veg. (ed. 14) 295 1784. (syn: Viburnum brevipes Rehder; Viburnum dilatatum var. fulvotomentosum (Hsu) P. S. Hsu; Viburnum dilatatum f. hispidum Nakai; Viburnum dilatatum subsp. hizenense Hatusima; Viburnum dilatatum var. litorale Konta & Katsuy.; Viburnum dilatatum var. macrophyllum P. S. Hsu; Viburnum dilatatum f. nikoense (Hiyama) H. Hara; Viburnum dilatatum f. pilosum Nakai; Viburnum dilatatum var. radiata A. Gray; Viburnum erosum A. Gray (ambiguous synonym); Viburnum erosum var. hirsutum Pampanini; Viburnum fulvotomentosum P. S. Hsu; Viburnum hizenense (Hatusima) Hatusima; Viburnum hizenense Hatusima; Viburnum wrightii f. nikoense Hiyama) ?;
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Garden Shrub for ID : New York : 07AUG19 : AK-19 : 9 posts by 5 authors. Attachments (4)

A cultivated shrub with tiny green fruits in a park in Manhattan.

I seem to have missed the flowering.

Seems to Vitaceae member, 

Viburnum dilatatum Thunb. ??

Please look at Viburnum… again, there are too many possibilities to list.

Thanks for suggesting Viburnum. To me also it looked close to Viburnum.
Possibly Viburnum dentatum?

Nice to hear from you after a long while. Seems to be some Viburnum Species.
Viburnum dentatum? Just a guess.

I guess ID is not yet resolved . Best match I guess is Viburnum dilatatum !