Open field with bridge leading to Recreation Complex

Open field with bridge leading to Recreation Complex

 
 

La Cienega Park and Recreation Complex

LOCATION:

Beverly Hills, CA

Client:

City of Beverly Hills

Size:

17-acre park with 60,000 SF in building floor

Cost:

TBD

Status:

Nearing completion of master plan


Team:

Principals:

Steve Johnson, Jim Favaro

Project Architect:

Steve Johnson

Senior Design Associate:

Lyannie Tran

Currently in process this master plan will provide a road map for the redevelopment over time of the 17-acre La Cienega Park and Recreation Complex in Beverly Hills. The plan provides for 12-acres of ball fields and park open space, a community center, recreation center, aquatics center and tennis center. A key feature of the plan is a platform built over La Cienega Boulevard to both expand and unite the park --of which 10 acres reside on the east side and 7 acres on the west side--across the street. The plan includes above grade and below grade structures accommodating approximately 600 vehicles on both sides of La Cienega Boulevard. A subregional storm water retention facility will reside below the ball fields.