Jack Fennimore

The Transformation of Johnsons Park

A huge number of partners and foundations have combined to transform an inner-city park that once fostered crime.

By - Jun 30th, 2015 12:55 pm
Get a daily rundown of the top stories on Urban Milwaukee

A huge number of partners and foundations have combined to transform an inner-city park that once fostered crime. Back to the full article.

Photos - Page 2

Categories: Real Estate

One thought on “The Transformation of Johnsons Park”

  1. Virginia Small says:

    This is a great collaboration among many elements of the community. The project is led by by nonprofit Center for Resilient Cities, has engaged community and grass-roots groups in planning, and has enlisted support from individuals, corporations & foundations, as well city and county government.

    I hope this is the shape of things to come. Investing in good multi-purpose public spaces makes good economic sense.

Leave a Reply

You must be an Urban Milwaukee member to leave a comment. Membership, which includes a host of perks, including an ad-free website, tickets to marquee events like Summerfest, the Wisconsin State Fair and the Florentine Opera, a better photo browser and access to members-only, behind-the-scenes tours, starts at $9/month. Learn more.

Join now and cancel anytime.

If you are an existing member, sign-in to leave a comment.

Have questions? Need to report an error? Contact Us