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January 24, 2023

Sand Point park is renamed and re-imagined in memory of local boy

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The park gets its new name from two winding pathways that encircle the space.

Last Spring, Seattle Parks and Recreation officially renamed the former Burke-Gilman Playground park, at 5201 Sand Point Way N.E., Pathways Park and $4.1 million of upgrades are set to soon break ground at the community space.

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