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Replenishing and protecting the tree canopy; promoting natural landscapes and green infrastructure.

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Replenishing and protecting the tree canopy; promoting natural landscapes and green infrastructure.

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Reducing billboards and ensuring commercial signage adheres to design standards.

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3 weeks ago

Scenic Jacksonville
As we consider the future of Jacksonvilles stadium district, take a look at an alternative approach.  This is Soldier Field in Chicago, set in North Burnham Park within the larger Grant Park and Museum Campus along the Lakefront.  From the book, Movement and Meaning, the Landscapes of Hoerr Schaudt.  Photo credit:  Martin Konopacki. #scenicjax

As we consider the future of Jacksonville's stadium district, take a look at an alternative approach. This is Soldier Field in Chicago, set in North Burnham Park within the larger Grant Park and Museum Campus along the Lakefront. From the book, "Movement and Meaning, the Landscapes of Hoerr Schaudt." Photo credit: Martin Konopacki. #scenicjax ... See MoreSee Less

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"A millennial overhaul of the football club's city owned stadium included the construction of sunken garages, clearing the way for the park to gain seventeen lakefront acres previously squandered on asphalt surface parking lots. The Chicago Park District took full advantage of this chance to have Peter Schaudt "reclaim" the continuous green shoreline envisioned in architect Daniel Burnhams 1909 Plan of Chicago." p 62.

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