Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Since late summer, the project team of MSA Architects, MKSK, KZF Design, and Turner Construction have been working to refine designs last released in February and to prepare the site for construction, which is scheduled to begin next year.
corner of Glendale-Milford and Plainfield roads, the park's design is divided into three distinct areas, from east to west: a "first tier" commons area, a "second tier" active and adventure play area, and a "frontier" natural area. Additional elements of the park are expected to include a multi-purpose pavilion, a great lawn, a farmers market, picnic and play areas, a sledding hill, a pond, and community gardens.
Rustic walking trails were opened to the public following a ribbon-cutting ceremony on October 13.
Previous reading on BC:
Blue Ash opens its 'crown jewel' (10/16/12)
Blue Ash selects MSA to design 'signature' park (8/15/12)
Blue Ash considering restructuring of airport deal (8/6/12)
Master plan completed, Blue Ash issues RFQ for Airport Park (5/30/12)
Ordinance supports Blue Ash Airport cleanup (2/1/11)
Posted by Kevin LeMaster at 2:00 PM