We reported about a year ago regarding the plans to revamp the little swath of concrete at Howard and Titan streets in Pennsport. Back then, neighbors were gathering to develop an overall vision for the pocket park and organize the Friends of Titan Park community group.
Pennsport’s Titan Park — which is one in name only, since it’s essentially a concrete slab surrounded by highway guardrails — is getting a boost from the Community Design Collaborative, a group that provides pro bono design services to nonprofits in Philly.
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Right now, Titan Park at 108 Titan St. is a slab of concrete with some highway guardrails around it. But some neighbors hope some elbow grease can help turn it into a little, green oasis. Friends of Titan Park is holding its inaugural meeting tomorrow night, Wed. March 6 at 6:15 p.m. at the Southwark House at 101 Ellsworth.
This is an early rendering of what they hope it will look like: