Sep 18, 2015
Take a Tour of Unique Pop-Up Parks on September 18
What if an empty parking space on a Midtown street could be transformed into a pop-up park? Midtown Alliance is leading a special event on Friday, September 18, 2015 to re-imagine the way we view public spaces and bring more creative energy to our streets. This event also carries a message that Midtown offers a wide range of travel options, including many that can get people into and around the District without the need for a car and the space to park a car.
What is PARK(ing) Day?
PARK(ing) Day is a grassroots campaign that converts a handful of metered parking spaces in urban areas into small, pop-up parks. Now a global advocacy platform for urban planning and transportation, PARK(ing) Day traces its origins back 10 years, when employees at a San Francisco design studio transformed a street parking space into a temporary public park.
***Get outside and take a tour of re-imagined parking spaces near you
Take a self-guided tour of these special exhibits for the chance to win fun prizes. All you need to do is request a downloadable tour card and location map from Midtown Alliance, print it out and present the card to a representative at each exhibit to get it stamped. We’ll collect the cards and randomly draw winners.
For more information on PARK(ing) Day and to request your tour card and location map, visit MidtownATL.com/ParkingDay.