SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Guadalupe River Park extension

"As the largest city in Northern California, San José is making great
strides to become a world-class city — including creating an iconic
“Central Park” of San José. Running north from downtown San José,
Guadalupe River Park, 50 years in the making, will be a 250-acre urban
park running 2.6 miles along the Guadalupe riverbank in the heart of the
city. With Ken Kay of Ken Kay Associates, the landscape
architect for the project’s next phase of development, and Erika
Justis
of 1stACT Silicon Valley."

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