Originally Posted by m0nkyman
Voted 'A', as it seems to be the closest to how people use parks in the real world. Also it doesn't have a pedestrian bridge, and as an advocate of a bridge a bit further north, I suspect having a pedestrian bridge as part of the redevelopment will kill that bridge.
They need an option to simply add grass, trees and fields of play, a fountain, and a grass ampitheatre.
Keep all the buildings except the stands, retain the site revenue and return the site to a beautiful place.
My park includes all of it and keeping the Ex, the trade shows and the agricultural heritage.
And you certainly don't need to spend $33M to $80M for landscaping.
People make a park.