Boeddeker Park | WRNS Studio

Boeddeker Park | WRNS Studio

23:16 28 March in Architecture, Community Center

03-28-2016:MODERNi: San Francisco’s Tenderloin is the City’s densest neighborhood, and most of its residents live below the poverty line in small apartments—many of them single-occupancy—without access to back yards or green space. Re-built in 1985, Boeddeker Park was riddled with problems. Attempts to address safety concerns resulted in a maze of fences dividing up the park, and visibility across the space was poor. Neighbors called it “Prison Park.” In response, The Trust for Public Land, in close partnership with the City of San Francisco’s Recreation and Parks Department, teamed with WRNS Studio to redesign and completely rebuild the one-acre park and clubhouse to meet the needs of the community…Read More!


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