Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park
City of Tampa
A key feature of the 28-acre Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park is the “great lawn” for public gatherings, picnics, etc. In addition, the park features a boathouse, which offers rowing programs (through the Steward Foundation) for children and teens and hosts crew competitions each year, as well as storage for kayaks, canoes, paddleboards and even dragon boats. The second floor of the boathouse will have a community center. Renovated parking, fishing pier, multi-use sports field, amphitheater, splash pad and children’s water park will also be built.
VoltAir is collaborating with the core design team to provide lighting design and documentation for the park and for architectural elements, including paths, parking and roads within the park, as well as electrical design and engineering for lighting, special event power, and minor electrical uses.
The park is named for Julian B. Lane, Tampa’s mayor from 1959 to 1963.