Daggett Park Schematic
This Monday, January 23, San Francisco’s Planning commission will present the schematic design for Daggett Park to the San Francisco Arts Commission, which, through their Civic Design Review process, is tasked with reviewing the design of all public projects.
Daggett Park Rendering
As proposed, the park will include a tilted lawn, “penta-step” installation, wave bench and a dog run amongst other features. The full presentation for the park to be built between 7th and 16th Streets and the buildings of Daggett Place:

Daggett Park: Phase 1 Schematic Design Presentation [sf-planning.org]
Revised Plans For Daggett Place (AKA 1000 16th St.) Up For Approval [SocketSite]

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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by Legacy Dude

    Pardon my ignorance, but what is a “penta-step” installation? Modern architect lingo for 5 stairs, all in a row?
    [Editor's Note: Try scrolling to page 27 in the presentation above.]

  2. Posted by The Milkshake of Despair

    Cool, a little fragment of the Giant’s Causeway in SF!

  3. Posted by wc1

    Way to go new park!

  4. Posted by BobN

    Let’s hope they manage to do the lawns and drainage properly for a change.

  5. Posted by futurist

    All this elaborate presentation and hyperbole and expensive words for a damn park?
    Welcome to San Francisco.

  6. Posted by Diverj

    I like the sun and lack of bums

  7. Posted by curmudgeon

    Love the presentation…particularly superimposing South Park and Patricia’s Green to give a sense of scale.

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