Winthrop Park Cambridge
Winthrop Park Restoration, Cambridge, MA
Located on the site of the Newtowne Marketplace established in 1631, Winthrop Park has been in continuous public use for three-and-a-half centuries. Recognizing the site’s significance and its potential as a green space in the heart of Cambridge, a public private partnership hired Brown, Richardson + Rowe to design a historic restoration of Winthrop Square with new paths, fencing and trees. Led by the Program on Public Space Partnerships, a strategy was developed for the design, funding and maintenance of the park. Today, the park is a lively urban space.
The Cambridge Community Development Office, the Cambridge Historic Commission and the Winthrop Park Trust, Inc
Carlos Dorrien
Honor Award from the Boston Society of Landscape Architects - 1988
Winthrop Park Restoration, Cambridge, MA
Cambridge landscape architects