SAN FRANCISCO - After a year-long renovation, San Francisco's Alamo Square Park is set to reopen. ABC7 News got special permission to fly DroneView7 over the park Wednesday morning.
The city spent $5 million to replace the grass with a drought-resistant type. They also installed new benches, a water bottle filling station and updated bathrooms. The park offers breathtaking views of the city skyline, framed by the famous row of Painted Ladies.
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VIDEO: SF's historic Alamo Square Park reopens after multi-million dollar renovation
SF's Alamo Square Park re-opens after multi-million dollar restoration