“The Park creates a front lawn for the city’s Arts District, the largest contiguous cultural district in the U.S. The increased foot traffic should be catalytic for the surrounding arts institutions and street-level business opportunities. Klyde Warren Park will also promote increased pedestrian, trolley and bicycle use between Uptown, Downtown and the Arts District, contributing to a more walkable city center. Connectivity is central to the Park’s purpose.”
ArchDaily Selected Works
We think ArchDaily is a great source for information and inspiration. Our projects Asia Society Texas Center, Brockman Hall for Physics, and Sunnylands Center & Gardens have previously been featured on ArchDaily Selected Works; we are excited that Klyde Warren Park now joins their ranks.