Share Your Feedback on Three Draft Design Concepts for the New Park at South Eads Street and Army Navy Drive

New Park at South Eads Street and Army Navy Drive, formerly known as the "Teardrop Parcels", is an exciting new opportunity for more public space in Arlington. As it's former name suggests, this uniquely shaped land is made up of two parcels on the corner of two major streets in Crystal City. It's located right outside of the LCOR site (400 11th Street South), which will include a multi-family residential building and ground floor retail. With the guidance of the Crystal City Sector Plan and the Public Spaces Master Plan, it was decided that this new park will help meet the county's goals of increasing public space opportunities.

This past fall, community comments shared information about how people currently use the space and what they envision for the future. Those comments helped shape the three draft concepts that the design team present in the video below-- The Meander, The Canal Walk, and The Central Hub. We want to know what you think. What are your favorite elements of each concept? What do you feel is missing? Your feedback will help inform the design of the Park Master Plan and Design Guidelines for this exciting new public space. 

Start by watching the presentation below, then come back and SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS HERE

VIDEO: New Park at South Eads Street and Army Navy Drive Draft Design Concepts

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