Your thoughts on a community park at 333 Harrison?
|November 25, 2009||Posted by jamie under Meetings, Open Spaces||
The first community planning meeting for a park at Emerald Fund’s 333 Harrison Street project is set for December 8th from 6pm – 8pm at One Rincon Hill (425 1st Street) in the Hospitality Room. For an overview of the project, please visit the David Baker + Partners Architects web site and also see drawings of the project site while there.
What do we want to see in this park at 333 Harrison Street as a community?
Feel free to comment on this post or go to the RHNA Facebook page discussion topic to have a 2-way discussion with other neighbors prior to the December 8th meeting about our aspirations for the park – please take a few minutes to consider what you’d like to see at this park site to help us all begin thinking about what our neighborhood needs.
Please keep in mind a dog run is already in the works at Bryant and Beale Street (thank you Marty and Josh for your work on that project!). Also, the Guy Place Pocket Park (that is stalled because of lack of funding right now) is going to be a relatively serene park with (hopefully) waterfall effects and other peaceful, good place to sit and socialize or enjoy a book type amenities.
The above illustrations and related work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-No Derivative Works 3.0 License by David Baker + Partners Architects, San Francisco, California.
I’d encourage you to post whatever idea that comes to mind … big art piece in the middle of the park? a bunch of art pieces? kids playground equipment? a football/soccer field of sorts (not sure about sizes, but what the heck)? Anyway, let’s start thinking about it before December 8th if you have some time to do so. Happy Holidays!