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GREEN ACRES

Here’s how Thomas Woltz and company channel site-specific details into meaningful, large-scale parks.

CENTENNIAL PARK, NASHVILLE

After looking through old records, NBW discovered that city engineers in the 1800s had capped a natural spring

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