Sunday, March 01, 2020

Fort Point District 100 Acres Open Space 2nd Community Workshop

updated 3/1/20: In case you missed it, out of the 2019 Community Workshop three themes emerged for our consideration: Urban Wilderness, Community Living Room and Flex Space/Outdoor Gallery. View Workshop Information & Boards. Please complete the online survey to give the BPDA and Sasaki Designs your input on our future Fort Parks and open green spaces. 

The Boston Planning & Development Agency (BPDA) invites you to join the second community workshop for the Fort Point District 100 Acres Open Space planning initiative.
Saturday, February 29, 2020
10:30 - 12: 30 pm *
Artists For Humanity
100 W 2nd Street

The Fort Point District 100 Acres Open Space public engagement and concept design process will serve as a guide for future development of open spaces in the area. 

Current goals of the project include:
  • Provide a vision and programmatic plan for future development of parks and open space that are accessible and available to all.
  • Ensure a diverse and balanced mix of parks uses based on community input and user needs.
  • Develop a system of open space areas that relate to each other, the surrounding built context and the historic Fort Point Channel District.
  • Design landscapes that are adaptive and resilient to climate change impacts including sea level rise, storm surge, heat island, and stormwater, and contribute to neighborhood flood protection.
  • Establish meaningful connections to the Fort Point Channel watersheet and surrounding open space, streets and linear connections, including Harborwalk and the South Bay Harbor Trail.

Questions: contact Joe Christo via email or at 617-918-4447.
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originally published 02.19.20

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