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Childrens Park Phase 1 approved in the Marina District in Downtown San Diego

By in April 2011|Downtown San Diego Real Estate Market Analysis|Downtown San Diego Urban Lifestyle with 0 Comments

Childrens Park Phase 1 approved in the Marina District in Downtown San Diego

 

The Center City Development Board approved the concepts for the Master Plan and Phase 1 for Childrens Park located in Downtowns Marina District across the street from the Children’s Museum and Pinnacle between First and Front Streets. The Children’s Park originally opened in 2008.

Phase 1 will leave the existing pond as-is and will create a separate interactive water feature. The proposed concept for the new water feature is a rain curtain that would be activated in conjunction with the trolley or some other activity. In addition, there will be a combination restroom and vendor building constructed and the existing pond equipment would be upgraded for increased efficiency. Other improvements include a proposed new multi-purpose lawn, childrens play equipment and pathways. The Children’s Museum and Children’s Park are a tribute to Downtown San Diego and San Diego’s civic concerns. The total cost for Phase 1 is estimated to be $3.2 million.

To read more about this project click on www.ccdc.com, to read the San Diego Union Tribune’s article click on Children to be welcomed, at last, to ‘Children’s Park’ and to read 92101 Urban Living’s former blog click on Childrens Museum Park in the Marina District in Downtown San Diego! ')}
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