A park inspired by Manhattan’s High Line is set to break ground after the Village Board of Trustees recently gave the project the green light.
Released last week, the Gowanus Lowlands proposal presents a framework to create or maintain a cleaner urban ecosystem, a better-connected community, a network of parks, and a wild urban waterway.
The North Atwater Bridge received official approval from the city in May, but what was to be a nearly $4 million gift to the city is now going to cost Angelenos millions more, as total expected expenses have surpassed $16 million.
A dream to create a new harbourside park on a historic rail line is one stop closer.
In his column about state funding for revitalization efforts along the L.A. River, George Skelton pits one critical need (flood control) against another (park space).
Soon both residents and tourists alike will be able to tell anonymous personal stories about Chicago along The 606’s Bloomingdale Trail, which will then be broadcast for all runners, cyclists and walkers to enjoy.
There’s a new push to connect the Atlanta Beltline to the Silver Comet Trail.
Remember when we told you about the plans for the Camden Highline, aka London’s (latest) answer to the New York High Line? Well, it looks like it could finally be happening.