Gallery: Los Angeles Dreams of a New Downtown River Park


A 100 year-old rail depot resides next to downtown Los Angeles, and next to the rail yard is the famous LA viaduct, a ribbon of concrete and steel cutting thought the heart of the city. A study was just released to re-envision this 20th century monolithic development as a 21st century park complete with a green belt, a transportation corridor, and a recreation area lined with mixed-use developments.

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  1. victoriaklein July 19, 2010 at 1:22 pm

    Such a phenomenal idea! I know the LA aqueducts are infamous from movies & TV, but that doesn’t mean we should be overtly nostalgic with such wasted space. I’m for the river park!

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