Greenwood-Phinney Park Development
Updated: March 28, 2017
Seattle Parks and Recreation awarded the demolition contract to Wyser Construction. The demolition project for the two buildings on the park site will begin on April 10.
Thank you to the community artists who have come together to decorate the panels on the building. Both the community and Seattle Parks and Recreation truly appreciate this support. We are collaborating with the artist group and will move the panels to the construction fencing. Once the buildings are demolished we will seed the area and anticipate opening the space in May. The community is planning to activate the site after demolition is complete and prior to park construction starting in early 2018.
Seattle Parks and Recreation thanks everyone who attended the presentation of the schematic design concept at the final public meeting on February 1. Information from this and previous meetings may be found below under Community Participation.
Thank you Greenwood/Phinney neighborhood for your participation and to everyone who came out to the public meeting on November 2. At the meeting we presented three concepts and play options and gathered community feedback. Each design included elements the community had identified as important such as play, open space, seating, spaces for gathering and fellowship as well as attractive landscaping.
Seattle Parks and Recreation purchased two property sites between N. 81st and N. 82nd on the east side of Greenwood to develop a park (the mini-mart site purchased in November 2012 and the pub property immediately north purchased in July 2015).
Between N 81st St & N 82nd St on the east side of Greenwood Ave N, 98103
Seattle Park District provides $924,000 for planning, design and construction.
Planning: Spring 2016 - Fall 2016
Design: Fall 2016 - Fall 2017
Construction: Early 2018 - Early Summer 2018
Completion: Summer 2018
Open House and Input Opportunity 6/25/2016
Public Meeting and Input Opportunity 11/2/2016
- 11/2/2016 Meeting Poster
- Three Design Elements and Play Options
- Presentation Panels with Feedback
- Photos from the Meeting
Final Public Meeting 2/1/2017