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Abstract Introduction The park systems of American cities should offer a range of opportunities for people to interact with their environment. Since each park generally reflects the tastes, values and attitudes of the era during which it was created, entire park networks represent the gradual...
Abstract Situated on the bluffs overlooking the confluence of the Clear and West forks of the Trinity River, Upper Heritage Park is a space to reflect on the history of Fort Worth from its founding in 1849 to current history-in-the-making. The site is at the location of the original fort for...
Abstract A consideration of Skyline Park presents a completely different and even more puzzling situation. Built during the same era as Heritage Park as part of the renewal movement counteracting widespread suburban sprawl and autofocused retail, Skyline Park is centrally located within Denver's...
Abstract The precedent-setting Seattle Freeway Park is a site almost as contested as Skyline Park; but Freeway Park has, in contrast, been updated throughout its history, so future interventions will hopefully not be as immediate or nearly as destructive. As is evident by the situation in...
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