Re-envisioning the Guadalupe River Park

Lunchtime Forum

In 2019, SPUR, in partnership with the Guadalupe River Park Conservancy and with an investment from the Knight Foundation, began a three-year study to inform the future of the Guadalupe River Park. Guided by three main themes — economy, equity and ecology — the research has so far focused on better understanding the park’s current challenges, investigating what is possible, raising community awareness and unpacking the economic value of place-based investment. The work has already yielded significant discoveries and generated ideas for how to maximize this underutilized public space. Learn more about the initial findings and what will be in store for future phases.

+ Michelle Huttenhoff / SPUR
+ Ian McRae / Sherwood Design Engineers
+ Josiah Cain / Sherwood Design Engineers
+ James Lima / James Lima Planning + Development




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