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11th Street Bridge Park

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JPMorgan Chase Announces $10 Million Investment East of the River

JPMorgan Chase Announces $10 Million Investment East of the River

Nena Perry-Brown | September 25th 2017

This morning, JPMorgan Chase announced an investment of $10 million to protect communities east of the Anacostia River from displacement. Half of the... read »

New Images and a Progress Update for DC’s 11th Street Bridge Park

New Images and a Progress Update for DC’s 11th Street Bridge Park

Nena Perry-Brown | September 19th 2017

On Monday evening, DDOT, Building Bridges Across the River, and architects from OMA+OLIN made an updated presentation to the community about the 11th... read »

More Funding (and Perhaps a Small Hitch) for 11th Street Bridge Park Land Trust

More Funding (and Perhaps a Small Hitch) for 11th Street Bridge Park Land Trust

Nena Perry-Brown | March 30th 2017

Yesterday, the Bridge Park Land Trust announced a $250,000 commitment from JPMorgan Chase as part of their ongoing effort to amass funding for land... read »

A Land Trust in the Works to Preserve Affordability in Anacostia

A Land Trust in the Works to Preserve Affordability in Anacostia

Nena Perry-Brown | February 17th 2017 | 3 Comments

The Bridge Park Community Land Trust will create the first land trust east of the River to purchase and pool land in Anacostia. ... read »

Pre-Construction on 11th Street Bridge Park Could Begin in September

Pre-Construction on 11th Street Bridge Park Could Begin in September

Nena Perry-Brown | August 25th 2016

If pre-construction begins next month, the highly-anticipated project could be complete in three years. ... read »

Construction to Begin on NYC’s Floating Public Park

Construction to Begin on NYC’s Floating Public Park

Nena Perry-Brown | May 5th 2016 | 1 Comment

Remember the floating public park proposed as a transformation of a New York City pier? Construction is starting this summer. ... read »

Wednesday’s Must Reads

Wednesday’s Must Reads

Nena Perry-Brown | May 4th 2016

This Petworth outdoor refrigerator might give leftovers a longer shelf life; Ikea's new greenhouses let you grow greens in your house; and a group... read »

11th Street Bridge Park Aims For 2019 Opening

11th Street Bridge Park Aims For 2019 Opening

UrbanTurf Staff | September 16th 2015 | 7 Comments

The team behind the park has raised 25 percent of the $45 million needed for the park's construction costs. ... read »

Floating Public Park Proposed for New York City Pier

Floating Public Park Proposed for New York City Pier

Lark Turner | November 17th 2014

Billionaire Barry Diller wants to help turn a pier into a public park and performance space, not unlike what's been proposed for the 11th Street... read »

The Winning Design for DC’s 11th Street Bridge Park

The Winning Design for DC’s 11th Street Bridge Park

UrbanTurf Staff | October 15th 2014 | 5 Comments

The design team of OLIN, OMA and Arup will be announced as the winner for the highly-anticipated DC park on Thursday morning. ... read »

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