Open Space, the Final Frontier in the January 2010 Potrero View

The Potrero View

The Potrero View

“Southeast San Francisco doesn’t have a vast open space like Golden Gate Park, or a well-funded gated community, such as the Presidio. But it does feature a large number of small, well-loved, ecologically diverse parks and green spots, and one good-sized urban park, 170-acre Candlestick Point State Recreation Area. Potrero Hill boasts four community gardens, a skate park, and the only privately-owned, hilltop open space in San Francisco. The Central Waterfront has several parks. Playgrounds are dispersed throughout the area.”

This January 2010 article is available online here.

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