BURROWS POCKET PARK

BURROWS POCKET PARK

Our cities are full of fringe, forgotten spaces adjacent to major infrastructure. For the Portola neighborhood of San Francisco, the community has started reviving these leftover easements and buffers along Highways 280 and 101 into community green spaces. Following two successful pocket parks, SITELAB partnered with The Greenhouse Project, the Portola Neighborhood Association, and the Portola Urban Greening Steering Committee to create a new public open space along an undeveloped easement adjacent to Highway 101 between Burrows Street and Bacon Street. Through a Community Challenge Grant and a Caltrans collaboration under the leadership of State Assemblyman Chiu, the 400’ long linear park will build on the energy created around the existing Burrows Pocket Park and transform an underutilized space into a new public place of respite near the neighborhood’s commercial corridor.

SITELAB is leading design, community engagement efforts, and permitting to build the project. In July 2017, around 200 community members engaged in a workshop to share their vision for the space and design the new neighborhood flag that will mark its entrance. Phase 1 construction and Phase 2 design will be completed by Summer 2018.

Client: The Greenhouse Project

BURROWS POCKET PARK

BURROWS POCKET PARK

Our cities are full of fringe, forgotten spaces adjacent to major infrastructure. For the Portola neighborhood of San Francisco, the community has started reviving these leftover easements and buffers along Highways 280 and 101 into community green spaces. Following two successful pocket parks, SITELAB partnered with The Greenhouse Project, the Portola Neighborhood Association, and the Portola Urban Greening Steering Committee to create a new public open space along an undeveloped easement adjacent to Highway 101 between Burrows Street and Bacon Street. Through a Community Challenge Grant and a Caltrans collaboration under the leadership of State Assemblyman Chiu, the 400’ long linear park will build on the energy created around the existing Burrows Pocket Park and transform an underutilized space into a new public place of respite near the neighborhood’s commercial corridor.

SITELAB is leading design, community engagement efforts, and permitting to build the project. In July 2017, around 200 community members engaged in a workshop to share their vision for the space and design the new neighborhood flag that will mark its entrance. Phase 1 construction and Phase 2 design will be completed by Summer 2018.

Client: The Greenhouse Project

BURROWS POCKET PARK

BURROWS POCKET PARK

Our cities are full of fringe, forgotten spaces adjacent to major infrastructure. For the Portola neighborhood of San Francisco, the community has started reviving these leftover easements and buffers along Highways 280 and 101 into community green spaces. Following two successful pocket parks, SITELAB partnered with The Greenhouse Project, the Portola Neighborhood Association, and the Portola Urban Greening Steering Committee to create a new public open space along an undeveloped easement adjacent to Highway 101 between Burrows Street and Bacon Street. Through a Community Challenge Grant and a Caltrans collaboration under the leadership of State Assemblyman Chiu, the 400’ long linear park will build on the energy created around the existing Burrows Pocket Park and transform an underutilized space into a new public place of respite near the neighborhood’s commercial corridor.

SITELAB is leading design, community engagement efforts, and permitting to build the project. In July 2017, around 200 community members engaged in a workshop to share their vision for the space and design the new neighborhood flag that will mark its entrance. Phase 1 construction and Phase 2 design will be completed by Summer 2018.

Client: The Greenhouse Project

BURROWS POCKET PARK

BURROWS POCKET PARK

Our cities are full of fringe, forgotten spaces adjacent to major infrastructure. For the Portola neighborhood of San Francisco, the community has started reviving these leftover easements and buffers along Highways 280 and 101 into community green spaces. Following two successful pocket parks, SITELAB partnered with The Greenhouse Project, the Portola Neighborhood Association, and the Portola Urban Greening Steering Committee to create a new public open space along an undeveloped easement adjacent to Highway 101 between Burrows Street and Bacon Street. Through a Community Challenge Grant and a Caltrans collaboration under the leadership of State Assemblyman Chiu, the 400’ long linear park will build on the energy created around the existing Burrows Pocket Park and transform an underutilized space into a new public place of respite near the neighborhood’s commercial corridor.

SITELAB is leading design, community engagement efforts, and permitting to build the project. In July 2017, around 200 community members engaged in a workshop to share their vision for the space and design the new neighborhood flag that will mark its entrance. Phase 1 construction and Phase 2 design will be completed by Summer 2018.

Client: The Greenhouse Project

BURROWS POCKET PARK

BURROWS POCKET PARK

Our cities are full of fringe, forgotten spaces adjacent to major infrastructure. For the Portola neighborhood of San Francisco, the community has started reviving these leftover easements and buffers along Highways 280 and 101 into community green spaces. Following two successful pocket parks, SITELAB partnered with The Greenhouse Project, the Portola Neighborhood Association, and the Portola Urban Greening Steering Committee to create a new public open space along an undeveloped easement adjacent to Highway 101 between Burrows Street and Bacon Street. Through a Community Challenge Grant and a Caltrans collaboration under the leadership of State Assemblyman Chiu, the 400’ long linear park will build on the energy created around the existing Burrows Pocket Park and transform an underutilized space into a new public place of respite near the neighborhood’s commercial corridor.

SITELAB is leading design, community engagement efforts, and permitting to build the project. In July 2017, around 200 community members engaged in a workshop to share their vision for the space and design the new neighborhood flag that will mark its entrance. Phase 1 construction and Phase 2 design will be completed by Summer 2018.

Client: The Greenhouse Project

BURROWS POCKET PARK

BURROWS POCKET PARK

Our cities are full of fringe, forgotten spaces adjacent to major infrastructure. For the Portola neighborhood of San Francisco, the community has started reviving these leftover easements and buffers along Highways 280 and 101 into community green spaces. Following two successful pocket parks, SITELAB partnered with The Greenhouse Project, the Portola Neighborhood Association, and the Portola Urban Greening Steering Committee to create a new public open space along an undeveloped easement adjacent to Highway 101 between Burrows Street and Bacon Street. Through a Community Challenge Grant and a Caltrans collaboration under the leadership of State Assemblyman Chiu, the 400’ long linear park will build on the energy created around the existing Burrows Pocket Park and transform an underutilized space into a new public place of respite near the neighborhood’s commercial corridor.

SITELAB is leading design, community engagement efforts, and permitting to build the project. In July 2017, around 200 community members engaged in a workshop to share their vision for the space and design the new neighborhood flag that will mark its entrance. Phase 1 construction and Phase 2 design will be completed by Summer 2018.

Client: The Greenhouse Project

BURROWS POCKET PARK

BURROWS POCKET PARK

Our cities are full of fringe, forgotten spaces adjacent to major infrastructure. For the Portola neighborhood of San Francisco, the community has started reviving these leftover easements and buffers along Highways 280 and 101 into community green spaces. Following two successful pocket parks, SITELAB partnered with The Greenhouse Project, the Portola Neighborhood Association, and the Portola Urban Greening Steering Committee to create a new public open space along an undeveloped easement adjacent to Highway 101 between Burrows Street and Bacon Street. Through a Community Challenge Grant and a Caltrans collaboration under the leadership of State Assemblyman Chiu, the 400’ long linear park will build on the energy created around the existing Burrows Pocket Park and transform an underutilized space into a new public place of respite near the neighborhood’s commercial corridor.

SITELAB is leading design, community engagement efforts, and permitting to build the project. In July 2017, around 200 community members engaged in a workshop to share their vision for the space and design the new neighborhood flag that will mark its entrance. Phase 1 construction and Phase 2 design will be completed by Summer 2018.

Client: The Greenhouse Project

BURROWS POCKET PARK

BURROWS POCKET PARK

Our cities are full of fringe, forgotten spaces adjacent to major infrastructure. For the Portola neighborhood of San Francisco, the community has started reviving these leftover easements and buffers along Highways 280 and 101 into community green spaces. Following two successful pocket parks, SITELAB partnered with The Greenhouse Project, the Portola Neighborhood Association, and the Portola Urban Greening Steering Committee to create a new public open space along an undeveloped easement adjacent to Highway 101 between Burrows Street and Bacon Street. Through a Community Challenge Grant and a Caltrans collaboration under the leadership of State Assemblyman Chiu, the 400’ long linear park will build on the energy created around the existing Burrows Pocket Park and transform an underutilized space into a new public place of respite near the neighborhood’s commercial corridor.

SITELAB is leading design, community engagement efforts, and permitting to build the project. In July 2017, around 200 community members engaged in a workshop to share their vision for the space and design the new neighborhood flag that will mark its entrance. Phase 1 construction and Phase 2 design will be completed by Summer 2018.

Client: The Greenhouse Project

BURROWS POCKET PARK

BURROWS POCKET PARK

Our cities are full of fringe, forgotten spaces adjacent to major infrastructure. For the Portola neighborhood of San Francisco, the community has started reviving these leftover easements and buffers along Highways 280 and 101 into community green spaces. Following two successful pocket parks, SITELAB partnered with The Greenhouse Project, the Portola Neighborhood Association, and the Portola Urban Greening Steering Committee to create a new public open space along an undeveloped easement adjacent to Highway 101 between Burrows Street and Bacon Street. Through a Community Challenge Grant and a Caltrans collaboration under the leadership of State Assemblyman Chiu, the 400’ long linear park will build on the energy created around the existing Burrows Pocket Park and transform an underutilized space into a new public place of respite near the neighborhood’s commercial corridor.

SITELAB is leading design, community engagement efforts, and permitting to build the project. In July 2017, around 200 community members engaged in a workshop to share their vision for the space and design the new neighborhood flag that will mark its entrance. Phase 1 construction and Phase 2 design will be completed by Summer 2018.

Client: The Greenhouse Project