Mahan Rykiel was selected by the Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore to re-imagine Rash Field to be Baltimore’s destination location for a diversity of uses and users from across the demographic spectrum who are interested in health & wellness, arts & culture, local food, and urban nature. Planning for such uses involved a diligent public engagement process that […]
In response to significant reinvestment and redevelopment initiatives underway within its downtown, the City of Greenville, South Carolina commissioned the development of master plans for three sectors of its downtown area. The purpose of the sector plans is to provide a framework for the City to guide new public and private development strategically, and enhance […]
Patterson Park Master Plan Baltimore, Maryland Patterson Park is the oldest public park in the City of Baltimore, a 137-acre active and passive recreation destination for city and neighborhood residents. The Patterson Park Master Plan process responded to the increase in demand and use of park resources including social and ecological systems that have been […]
East McIntire Park comprises nearly 80 acres of passive open space north of the downtown Charlottesville area, centrally located within the urban ring of the City and Albermarle County. Mahan Rykiel is providing landscape architectural services for the phased conversion of a pasture golf course to natural open space and trails, as well as the […]
The City of Lancaster hired Mahan Rykiel to work with the community to create concepts for the renovation of the plaza known as Lancaster Square through a collaborative, creative placemaking process. The plaza is in the heart of the City and it was imperative that residents from all quadrants of Lancaster feel ownership. The goal […]
Baltimore Red Line is one of many projects designed by Mahan Rykiel Associates that can be found across the globe. Mahan Rykiel Associates is internationally recognized in landscape architecture, urban design, planning and research.
Eager Park is the centerpiece of the community’s wellness brand, a place where residents, hospital/research workers, and visitors can go to socialize, relax, buy fresh produce, exercise, play, and be entertained in a beautiful green environment.
The Blandair Park site is a 300-acre parcel centrally located in Columbia, Maryland. Acquired by Howard County in the mid-1990’s, the previously farmed land represents the only undeveloped property of its size within the New Town boundaries of Columbia. Surrounded by a mix of single and multi-family residential neighborhoods, Blandair Park is slated to be […]
The former location of a McCrory’s store, this urban site was transformed into a pocket park at the same time the Historic Baldwin Hotel was receiving an addition and being renovated to create a satellite campus for the University of Maryland.
Wyman Park Dell, a 16-acre historic park, is one of the few parks in Baltimore fully conceived and designed by the Olmsted Brothers. The park is a significant resource for the surrounding neighborhood, institutions such as the Baltimore Museum of Art and Johns Hopkins University as well as for the City residents.