Just east of Crenshaw Boulevard in Hyde Park, upgrades are in the works for a small patch of community green space.

The proposed renovation of 11th Avenue Park, a roughly .27-acre space located at 6116 S. 11th Avenue, is detailed in a new presentation to the Los Angeles Board of Recreation and Parks Commissioners. Existing improvements, limited to a play structure and a spartan seating area, would be removed and replaced with a new playground, exercise equipment, seating and benches, a shaded picnic area, a small amphitheater, and new landscaping.

EPT Design is designing the proposed project, according to the staff report.

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The Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust is leading the design and construction of the project, using a $2.4 million Proposition 68 grant.

Hyde Park, which has seen an uptick in new residential development in concert with the arrival of Metro's K Line, has also seen a handful of new open spaces come to the neighborhood. Those include a similar pocket park which opened a few blocks southwest on Victoria Avenue in 2019, as well as the new public art and open spaces included with the Destination Crenshaw project.

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