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Presentation from Park Pride's 2015 Parks and Greenspace Conference. The presenters are David Barth, Connie Chung, and Erica Madsen.
A High-Performance Public Space© (HPPS) is defined as a publicly accessible space that generates economic, environmental, and social sustainability benefits for the local community. An HPPS can be a park, trail, square, green, natural area, plaza or any other element of the 'public realm' that generates all three types of benefits. This panel discussion will focus on the unique qualities that lead to the creation of HPPSs, the factors that influence their planning and design, and case studies from Florida, Atlanta, and Boston.