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Holly Farm by the Numbers

Holly Farm opening day

Here is how the new Holly Farm Skatespot costed out:

  • 2,800 square feet
  • Dreamland Contract = $49,900
  • Dreamland Donation = $11,600
  • Portland Parks Foundation Provided Concrete = $13,000
  • Park Contractor provided rough excavation and set drainlines
  • Approximately $28.50 sf, does not include PP&R staff time and permits

By way of contrast 11,500 Pier Park and Glenhaven were each in the $350K range.

2 Responses to “Holly Farm by the Numbers”

  1. J Says:

    I really wish Holly Farm still had benches. :/

  2. Ari Kaiser Says:

    what are the rules? are bikes allowed, helmets and pads, & etc.?

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