Opening party! STREET LIFE | YERBA BUENA a community design initiative

From SPUR:

This new exhibition at the SPUR Urban Center Gallery will unveil a road map for ten years of improvements to the streets, alleys, parks and plazas of San Francisco’s Yerba Buena district. The opening party will feature the launch of San Francisco’s first mobile parklets, creating a festive urban happening. Join your neighbors and City officials for food trucks, free flowers, and urban innovations, and learn about the future Yerba Buena from Street Life Plan consultants CMG Landscape Architects. The event is sponsored by the nonprofitYerba Buena Community Benefit District, which works each day to improve the quality of life in the neighborhood.

6 pm – Program 
7-8 pm – Opening party

$5 for SPUR members and Yerba Buena residents, register here.
$20 for non-members and general public, register here.

Detailed information about the exhibition >>

 

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