“I think the High Line is an incredible success,” Robert Hammond began his Wed., Feb. 22 phone call with Chelsea Now.
Most Houstonians are familiar with the spruced-up Buffalo Bayou, namely the serene park that winds through the city offering trails for bikers and joggers.
As development continues to transform the District, more eyes are turning east of the Anacostia River, a longtime bastion of affordable housing in the city which also contains some of its most-neglected and overlooked communities.
Creative fundraising solutions are required to meet citizens’ demand for public space. Over the past several decades, the funding landscape for urban parks has changed dramatically.
Municipalities across Miami-Dade County are considering “active design” guidelines that encourage exercising, socializing and other elements of a healthy lifestyle.
With work slated to begin later this year on the biggest of the park improvement projects along Waller Creek, there is expected to be a semi-regular drumbeat of news of new funding and collaboration throughout the rest of 2017.
The Dallas-Fort Worth region, with a population of 7.1 million, is already the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the United States and is projected to grow 55 percent to reach almost 11 million by 2040.
A $15 million grant will fund a dramatic makeover of Waterloo Park, bringing new energy to a sleepy corner of downtown Austin.