The plans for West Hollywood's new central park—a complete overhaul of West Hollywood Park—have been in flux for a long, long time, but with this latest design, the city is ready to make it official. The plans, from Irvine-based LPA Inc., are on the agenda for this Monday's meeting of the West Hollywood City Council, says WeHoville. The latest includes a new dog park at a cost of $750,000, added in response to input from the community and WeHo Mayor John D'Amico. If all goes smoothly, construction's expected to start next fall and finish by the summer of 2018. Work on the new pool and rec center will be completed before the old one is razed so nobody's swimming is disrupted. After that, the children's playground and the AIDS memorial will be built.
· A Look at Final Designs for West Hollywood Park [WeHoville]
· Here Are the Latest Plans For the Super-Fancy New WeHo Park [Curbed LA]