Grand Hope Park is located at West 9th Street and Hope Street in Los Angeles, California and is approximately 20 miles from the city's international airport. It is the central feature of the South Park development, a planned neighborhood with both residential and commercial spaces. The park is adjacent to the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising and was designed by American landscape architect and designer, Lawrence Halprin.
The park was completed in 1993 and provides a space for nature and functional art in the middle of downtown Los Angeles. It is set on two and a half acres and features the work of prominent local artists in addition to trees, trellises, a fountain and a clock tower. It is a pleasant place for visitors to relax and watch the world go by or let the kids run around in the play area, although dogs are not permitted in the park.
Conveniently located nearby are parking lots as well as a Ralphs supermarket, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf. There are many other attractions near the park including the Annette Green Perfume Museum and The Grammy Museum. Visitors may also like to get something to eat and there are several restaurants within a couple of miles of the park such as Cardini Ristorante and Liberty Grill.
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