Why community parks can improve the health of a neighbourhood : The case of Thornhill Park | FUTURE CAPE TOWN
How can community parks make for healthier neighbourhoods in all ways? Thornhill Park in Green Point was recently re-opened after a transformation which included the collaboration of the City of Cape Town, Blok, Future Cape Town and the newly formed Friends of Thornhill Park.
Why inner city housing is possible : Calls to halt sale of prime city land in Cape Town | FUTURE CAPE TOWN
[ February 13, 2016; 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. ] Organisations in Cape Town call for government authorities to consider more inclusive and visionary uses for 4 well located, inner city land parcels.
[ March 1, 2014; 11:00 am to 1:30 pm. ] #WDC2014 is here and our design walking tour is about designing our city beyond 2010. How do we connect Cape Town Stadium, the Green Point Common and Park, Waterfront, City Centre, and surrounds into one connected urban fabric?
22 Somerset Road replaces an old building in the well known ‘gay’ corner of Cape Town and is situated very near the City Centre.
In Photos: Green Point Athletics Stadium with its blue track is almost complete.
Cape Town is building! Future Cape Town showcases the progress on site at various major and minor buildings being constructed or refurbished in Cape Town.
Green Point park will soon welcome two new sculptures, as not only a contribution to placemaking but as a memorial of the events that have taken place and influenced the area.
Construction at the 5,500 seat Green Point Athletics Stadium is well underway.
[ July 3, 2012; 9:00 pm to 11:00 pm. ] It’s time for another Moonlight Mass cycle through our beautiful city! Bring your bicycles, helmets, lights, and non-lycra attire, to the Green Point Elevated circle at 9pm on 3 July.
Robert Bowen and Rashiq Fataar explore whether the soon-to-be upgraded Green Point Athletics Stadium is off the mark