Our own Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board will open “the first public swimming pool in the United States with a natural filtration system; natural filtration pools have been built in several locations throughout Europe. Featuring BioNova’s patented biological filtration system, the pool is designed to …Read More
Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board
and the Minneapolis Riverfront Partnership
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Team will collaborate extensively with Central Riverfront master planning team on way to early 2014 design
Minneapolis, Minn. – SCAPE and Rogers Marvel will shape one of the most dynamic destinations on the Mississippi River, the Minneapolis Parks Foundation and Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board …
The Minnesota House this week passed the omnibus bill 976, which includes language authorizing the restoration or recreation of “Hall’s Island or such similar island.” The article goes on to read, in part:
The commissioner of natural resources shall grant any authorizations, permits for permissions …
This slideshow previews the potential public-private funding strategies for RiverFirst. Included are demographic maps of the RiverFirst area, key themes for implementation, findings about perception and approach to implementation, and broad Priority Project funding projections.
Donjeck Inc. completed the Finance Strategy analysis and recommendations and …
Naomi Pescovitz of KSTP-TV Channel 5 covered RiverFirst last night. This is an excellent segment featuring Tom Leader and several community members, and captures the importance of RiverFirst to the region.Read More
This animated future “day in the park” helps you imagine the very special connection to the Mississippi River that Scherer and Hall’s Island will provide: Recreation and amenities together with new habitat, all with the city skyline in view. Thank you, Tom Leader Studio!
If you’re following RiverFirst design or looking forward to our forthcoming Finance Strategy, you’ll appreciate this Executive Summary presentation.
Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board Commissioners heard, Wednesday, May 1, a summary of progress from the RiverFirst Design Team and the RiverFirst Initiative, who have completed …
Sheila Kennedy of Kennedy & Violich Architecture gave this evocative quote to Chris Bentley for the Architect’s Newspaper:
“Sometimes I think of our design process as stripping away the thin industrial layer that covers the site to reveal the river as it actually is,” said …
Tom Leader and Tom Fisher conclude their conversation about trends in landscape architecture. In the third clip of their conversation, they discuss the growing tendency of landscape architects to take the lead on urban design projects, growing public interest in systems, rather than structures and …Read More