Washington, D.C.'s first elevated public park will be perched over the Anacostia River. Located on the piers of the old 11th Street Bridge, this venue will be a space for healthy recreation, environmental education, and the arts.

DC Bridge Park in the News!

Can Anacostia Build a Bridge Without Displacing Its People?

“People in Ward 8 enrich the Black community that was already there... It was a lot to ask of a bridge. But Mr. Kratz quickly learned that he couldn’t just build a bridge and ignore the needs of the community that contained it,” - The New York Times

DC Bridge Park in the News!

D.C.'s first elevated park will link neighborhoods divided by river

A $90 million project would add educational and recreational space atop piers and pilings from the old 11th Street Bridge - The Washington Post

Major Art Commission Artists

A Powerful Mother-Daughter Duo Will Create the Park's First Public Artwork

DC artists Martha Jackson Jarvis and Njena Surae Jarvis's art piece was selected as the 11th Street Bridge Park's first and largest public artwork. The interactive sculpture will be stationed as a gateway to the park.

Special Announcement!

11th Street Bridge Park Capital Campaign Press Release

$3.5M Capital Campaign Gift from the Reveda Foundation and Bloomberg Philanthropies!

The 11th Street Bridge Park

More Than A Park

The 11th Street Bridge Park is a project that came from the local community, was designed by the community, and is a resource for the residents of the community. Learn more about our work to bridge D.C.


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