General Services Director Joel Reitzer’s ‘doodle’ for an open-air pavilion to replace the Duke Park bathhouse, retaining the historic building’s form and re-using its salvageable materials.
General Services Director Joel Reitzer’s ‘doodle’ for an open-air pavilion to replace the Duke Park bathhouse, retaining the historic building’s form and re-using its salvageable materials. Courtesy Duke Park Neighborhood Association
General Services Director Joel Reitzer’s ‘doodle’ for an open-air pavilion to replace the Duke Park bathhouse, retaining the historic building’s form and re-using its salvageable materials. Courtesy Duke Park Neighborhood Association

Pavilion may replace historic Duke Park bathhouse

February 18, 2014 12:00 AM