There are six of them being moved around the Yerba Buena area and they can be placed on the street at a location with a footprint that takes up only about two parking spaces.
Drop in garden beauty for San Francisco.The Yerba Buena neighborhood already features museums, parks, performance arts, and a convention center. But now with park mobiles, the first mobile gardens of their kind, there is another resource in the community.
Unlike the city’s parklets, which are usually paid for by one business and stay in one location, the park mobiles will rotate among many locations.
The project was sponsored by the Yerba Buena Community Benefits District (YBCBD), a consortium of local businesses and organizations, and completed with in-kind donations of materials and labor. Mayor Ed Lee helped unveil the first park mobiles at a city event
Your turn at the wheel.Have any thoughts about these great temporary landscape additions to our community? We’d love to hear your comments and to know if you’ve been involved in helping put the parkmobiles together for the city
As President of Pacific Nurseries, Don Baldocchi gets satisfaction knowing the Bay Area is greener and more beautiful by helping landscape professionals succeed. Email Don or give him a call at 650.755.2330.