While new dirt is being delivered, Hayes Valley Farm has already sprouted a new website.
The new website is filled with useful information about the project and even includes contact details so that interested parties can get in touch with any questions. It is suspected that the website was designed using a website builder tool. If you would like to learn more about designing a website of your own using a website builder tool, you can head to makeawebsitehub.com for an overview of some of the most popular website building options.
The Hayes Valley Farm and Garden Education Project (HVF) is an exciting new opportunity to create a working urban farm and education center in Hayes Valley on a City of San Francisco-owned lot located between Oak, Fell, Laguna and Octavia streets.
The project is organized by a coalition of urban farmers, garden educators, social service organizations, and landscape designers. The project is proposed as an interim use – a one to five year time frame – until the City moves forward with other development plans for the site.
An interim vision for HVF is above, the longer term vision from Build Inc. is below.
In our collective discussions concerning Parcel P, we struggled to find a solution that was less cosmetic and more genuine in its diversity. At some point, it dawned on us that perhaps the most genuine approach to diversifying the site was to actually break it up into smaller parcels with each of the parcels having a different architect designing to the specifics of a particular program and place; a recreation in spirit, not form of the surrounding organically grown neighborhood.
239 new residences as envisioned. And yes, with a central mews.