Parque Niños Unidos Children's Recreation Clubhouse
San Francisco, California


The San Francisco Department of Recreation and Parks acquired a triangular parcel of land, once a reailroad spur and later an industrial site, located in the Mission District at 23rd Street and Folsom Street.


The site was resurrected as a new children's playground, park and community garden.  Where the parcel merges into an acute triangle, we designed a 1,200 square foot clubhouse.  The purpose for the clubhouse is to provide a multitude of children activities, including a toddler daycare, after school programs, and educational programs and activities for young disabled children.


The Clubhouse includes a clubroom, kitchen, storage and restrooms that serve both the clubhouse and the adjacent new play area.

Project Role

Project Architect:

Donald Alameida

Project Data

Building Square Footage:
Park Square Footage:
Year of Construction:

1,500
24,000
Completed 2003


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View of Clubhouse from Park

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Date last modified: August 15, 2009