Landscape architecture firm EnviroCollab hosted a second community input session on Nov. 5 to solicit feedback on a pair of possible designs for the lot at the southeast corner of Park and North Avenues, one of several gateways to Bolton Hill.
The three-part revitalization project called Unity@Park Avenue will bring colorful murals to the bleached walls facing North Avenue, transform a sterile lot into a greener, more hospitable northern entrance to Bolton Hill, and reimagine the bus stop at the edge of the lot.
The three-part vision to revitalize the intersection of Park and North avenues with row house murals, a greener lot, and a reimagined bus stop took a big step toward realization on June 10 with a virtual community input session for the murals.
Despite its prominent location at the north end of the neighborhood, the corner of Park Avenue and North Avenue is a neglected piece of Bolton Hill. It’s mostly covered in sterile concrete. The facing row house wall is bleached and speckled with grime.