By Michael Webb A few blocks from San Francisco’s Financial District and the tech wealth of SOMA is the Tenderloin, the city’s densest neighborhood, where the homeless line up for free meals, and many low-income tenants live in windowless rooms. Boeddeker Park, redesigned by WRNS Studio, serves as a desperately … Continue reading
Super event at Boeddeker Park on May 3 with Stern Grove Festival’s Grove on the Road, a FREE, pop-up arts event, bringing the Festival experience directly into the TL. Boeddeker Park is … Continue reading
The Trust for Public Land and San Francisco Recreation and Parks invite you to the reopening of Boeddeker Park in the city’s Tenderloin neighborhood, Wednesday, December 10, from 1 p.m. to to … Continue reading
On August 18, the Friends of Boeddeker Park partnered with the Trust for Public Land in performing community outreach at the Tenderloin neighbor Sunday Streets event. Sunday Streets encourage recreation, community activities and fun in San Francisco. On various Sundays throughout the year, stretches of neighborhood streets are closed to … Continue reading
For updates on the project visit The Trust for Public Land.
Originally opened in 1985, Boeddeker has certainly seen better days, but thanks to the Trust for Public Land, a variety of state grants, and the leadership of people like Betty Traynor, the cofounder of the Friends of Boeddeker Park, the park and its aging clubhouse are set for an $8.5 … Continue reading