MASTER PLAN, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
This 15 to 20-year master plan proposes a bold new initiative by carving a new channel in the East Bank of the Cumberland River with development and recreational boat docking along both sides. The first phase of the project outlines a 5-year plan would double the size of Riverfront Park, expanding it to both sides of the Cumberland. Other proposed amenities include an amphitheater, illumination of the Woodland Street Bridge, a playground, pavilion, water features and an urban forest. First-year funding of $8 million has been allocated into the city’s capital budget followed by the remaining 4 years at the same pace.
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