Park Design and Development

New Brunswick is a historic city, a university city, a medical city, and home to a giant worldwide corporation. It has successfully weathered the economic travails of the 1960s and 70s that hammered other... Read more

This report measures the value of the park and recreation system in Wilmington, Delaware.

This document from City Park Facts Report 2010 has tables showing the largest, oldest, and most visited parks located within the limits of a U.S. city.

This report measures the value of Philadelphia's park and recreation system.

Data on the largest, oldest, and most visited parks in U.S. cities from the City Parks Fact 2010 report.

In the fall of 2008, the City of Orlando found itself with an opportunity to add five significant lots to the well-loved downtown Lake Eola Park. The impact would be huge, and the city was eager to seize the opportunity, but knew they couldn't pull it off... Read more

In 2008, Cleopas R. Johnson Park near downtown Atlanta was an underused space with an uninviting concrete playground. Local advocacy groups Friends of Cleopas R. Johnson Park and Park Pride asked The Trust for Public Land to bring new life to this four-... Read more

Only steps from the Powell Street cable car turnaround—a San Francisco tourist hot spot—the Tenderloin is a neighborhood of apartment buildings, single-room-occupancy hotels, soup kitchens, and agencies that serve the homeless and other troubled souls. It... Read more

Pine Avenue is one of ten major park developments The Trust for Public Land is leading in the Los Angeles area. Located in a densely populated, underprivileged neighborhood in Maywood—the most densely populated city west of the Mississippi—the Pine Avenue... Read more

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