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McMillan Site's New Park Rendering Is All About Sand Towers In A Fountain

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Those ivy-covered cylinders you see here? Expect them to be play the lilypad role in the fountains of the 6.2 acre park planned for the McMillan Sand Filtration site. New renderings show the pieces of industry towering over the walkways and trees. What say you, Curbed readers? Kind of zen, or kind of too much concrete? Leave us a comment.
· Towers and Fountains: Detailed Renderings of McMillan's Planned Park [Urban Turf]
· Another Week, Another Revision To The McMillan Site [Curbed DC]
· Previous McMillan coverage [Curbed DC]

Mcmillan Sand Filtration Site

North Capitol Street and Michigan Avenue, Washington D.C.,