That is the most common question we get from families with young children who come for all kinds of opportunities to Casa Azafrán, but especially from the teachers, parents and children in Metro Nashville Public Schools’ Casa Azafrán Early Learning Center.
We are happy to announce that playground –and a beautiful public park next to our community center– is coming soon thanks to another public-private partnership!
Read this article from The Tennessean about it.
The new park will connect visitors and neighbors with each other, with nature, with public art, and with opportunities for physical activity. And green space is lacking in Southeast Nashville. In fact our neighborhood has the fewest open green spaces and parks in the county. The new park will be operated and maintained by Metro Parks and will be open, just as Casa Azafrán, to the entire neighborhood (and anyone else who might want to drive over).