Silver Lake gets an unusual new park space: Billed as L.A.’s first “street-to-plaza” conversion, much of Sunset Triangle Plaza originally was a two-lane swath of pavement that carried motorists along Griffith Park Boulevard.
Photo: A section of Griffith Park Boulevard between Maltman Avenue and Edgecliffe Drive in Silver Lake has been closed to traffic and turned into Sunset Triangle Plaza. Credit: Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times

Silver Lake gets an unusual new park space: Billed as L.A.’s first “street-to-plaza” conversion, much of Sunset Triangle Plaza originally was a two-lane swath of pavement that carried motorists along Griffith Park Boulevard.

Photo: A section of Griffith Park Boulevard between Maltman Avenue and Edgecliffe Drive in Silver Lake has been closed to traffic and turned into Sunset Triangle Plaza. Credit: Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times

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  5. zombiesnstrawberries said: yeah kinda
  6. mywharton said: LA needs about a zillion of these open spaces. This city is way too car oriented.
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    Silver Lake’s unusual new park Billed as L.A.’s first “street-to-plaza” conversion, much of Sunset Triangle Plaza...
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    FUCK YOU. I would rather have my two-lane swath.
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