As promised last night, we have the renderings now of the three design options shown at last night’s city Parks Department public meeting about the Morgan Junction park-to-be. The one above, dubbed “Pianoforte” (because of a piano-type shape), was the most popular with meeting-goers. Here are the other two (and a few more meeting details):
Here’s the second-most popular, “Affodante” (note that all three of these renderings have compass orientation – top is north, right side is California Avenue frontage to the east, bottom faces the new Beveridge Place Pub and its patio.):
And the third, “Terrazze”:
Here’s the complete three-page Parks Department PDF with the concept renderings, if you want to take an even-closer look. Note that it was pointed out last night, the park is too small for restrooms. Send Virginia Hassinger at the Parks Department your thoughts on the design — email@example.com; other contact info here — as soon as possible, because input including the feedback from last night will be used to come up with one semi-final proposed design next month, to be presented at one last public meeting in March.