Community Space That Gets People Back Outside: Multi-Court Conversions

Community Space That Gets People Back Outside: Multi-Court Conversions

Converting tennis courts into ice rinks builds communities. Pop-up ice arenas give life to otherwise unused space in winter months.

This project’s details are not available yet; however, you can take a look at Park City, which launched its own pilot program in November 2021.

Johns Hopkins in Baltimore converted the tennis courts at Homewood into a free community rink in 2021 and will be opening again on January 13, 2023.

Take a look at what Johns Hopkins is doing:

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Richard Vermeulen is the construction economist creating profitable sustainability in the built environment. He’s the founder of GreenLight™, author of Green at No Cost, and developer of the Total Benefit Analysis and The Value Process as well as co-CEO, lead economist, and chief estimator for Vermeulens. Richard has developed industry-leading standards for estimating and data-basing complex construction projects throughout North America. In addition to consulting for thousands of major projects over 30 years, Richard has designed and built residential and commercial projects, from hammering nails to hound-dogging bureaucracies. He has traveled extensively, always with an awareness of how cities do and don’t work.

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