Earlier this week, UrbanTurf reported the news that the team behind with the McMillan Sand Filtration redevelopment had revamped their plans to include a larger park on the south end of the project.
Well, UrbanTurf got its hands on a few more detailed renderings of the park, and frankly, it looks incredible. Above and below are what could be DC’s (albeit much smaller) version of NYC’s Central Park.
If you read the last post, you’ll know that the park will be on the south end of the 25-acre plot. The above rendering’s perspective is looking up at the park from southeast corner. Below, the rendering is looking up from a southwest perspective.
Renderings courtesy of Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/dcs_central_park_a_rendering_of_mcmillans_planned_park/6725
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