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FPA Publications

2020 Annual Report // A Year for Change

2019 Annual Report // A Year of Growth

2018 Annual Report // 25 Years of FPA

FPA Newsletters

2022

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General

Atlas Obscura // Freeway Park

Lid I-5 // Local Freeway Lid History

2021

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog // Born on the 4th of July, Freeway Park’s Targeted Improvements Move Forward

Curiocity // A Holiday Light Display Featuring Local Artists Opens in Freeway Park This Week

Seattle Pup Magazine // A Spooktacular Affair

2020

The Cultural Landscape Foundation // Halprin’s Freeway Park Added to Historic Register

The Urbanist // Freeway Park Revamp is Ahead, Latest Concepts Unveiled

World Freerunning Parkour Federation // The 7 Best Parkour Locations in the World

2019

The Architects Newspaper // Seattle’s Brutalist Freeway Park is Reviewed for National Register and Approved for Renovation

2018

The Architects Newspaper // Preservation Minded Renovation of Freeway Park Moves Forward

The Hill // Parks and the Urban Infrastructure Network

Seattle Weekly // Navigating the Maze That Is Freeway Park

2016

Crosscut // A Park Over Interstate 5? Not a New Idea

The New York Times // Celebrating a Rugged Vision of Landscape Architecture

2015

Beautiful Washington // Jim Ellis Freeway Park

2008

The Seattle Times // In the Concret Jungle, Freeway Park will Offer Respite Once Again

2006

The Cultural Landscape Foundation // Freeway Park: Past, Present and Future?

Film

The Cultural Landscape Foundation // Lawrence Halprin Oral History

The Cultural Landscape Foundation // Lawrence Halprin Projects: Freeway Park

King 5 News // Seattle’s Biggest Downtown Park is Often Unnoticed

PBS // 10 Parks that Changed America  (Freeway Park featured at 36:12)

Seattle Municipal Archives // Parks, Pleasant Occasions and Happiness: A film by Seattle Parks and Recreation circa 1977 the year after Freeway Park opened. (Freeway Park featured at 11:46)

Seattle Transit Blog // Building Freeway Park

UW Department of Landscape Architecture // Cinematic Cities: Freeway Park