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  • You spoke, we listened: What our community wants to see in Linn Park

    Filed Under: Downtown Birmingham, Front Page, Get Involved, Yaysayers

    Over the past 6 months partners with the Mayor’s Office of Social Justice and Racial Equity, the Birmingham Museum of Art, The City of Birmingham Park and Recreation Board, The Friends of Linn Park, and The Philip Morris Fund for Design Arts to gather the community in a planning process the envisions what Linn Park could be for the future of our city. And now, we’re taking it one step further and getting YOUR input as well!

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  • Re-vision Linn Park: Your Park, Your Vision

    Filed Under: Business-Proving, Downtown Birmingham, Front Page, Get Involved, Yaysayers

    Word around town is that Linn Park is getting a facelift – no really! Linn Park is undergoing a community-oriented planning and design process to bring a renewed vision, fresh design concept, and an activation plan. And we want you to be part of this process – keep reading to find out how!

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  • Linn Park is getting a re-vision!

    Filed Under: Developer, Downtown Birmingham, Front Page, Potential-Proving, Uncategorized

    If you’ve been paying close attention, you may have noticed that we’ve been hinting at a new Linn Park project coming soon – and we’re finally ready to share it with you! A planning process to redesign and reactivate Linn Park kicked off recently when public and private organizational partners met on site with the nationally acclaimed park designers OJB Landscape Architecture (OJB) to begin an eight-month master plan development process to improve Linn Park.

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  • History of Linn Park: acknowledging the past and envisioning the future

    Filed Under: Front Page, Yaysayers

    Linn Park is full of history and potential. Soon, the Re-vision Linn Park coalition will embark on a community-oriented planning project to position Linn Park as a vibrant destination that drives inclusive growth, greater public use, preservation and property reinvestment. You can expect to hear more about that soon, but first let’s reflect on the park’s history.                                                                                                                                                       

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