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DTLA's Spring Street Park Now Has Cement and Some Trees

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The fashionable denizens of the Historic Core now have the brownish LAPD headquarters lawn and the new Grand Park in which to stretch their legs, and soon they'll have an even closer respite with the $8-million Spring Street Park (paid for by Quimby funds, which developers fork over to the city). The 0.7-acre spot at Spring and Fourth, designed by Lehrer Architects, is swiftly moving toward completion--the latest shots, taken as bikes whizzed by for CicLAvia, indicate a lot of seating and cement in the front and south ends of the park, and more spots of green, including a lawn, at the eastern end. A water feature, public art, and kids' play features will also be part of the deal when the park opens this summer.
· Spring Street Park Archives [Curbed LA]

Spring Street Park

426 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, CA