São Paulo's Augusta Park completes one year and exceeds the mark of 1.6 million people.
From the lawn with "beach" status to the bleachers for street artists, the space in downtown São Paulo has established itself as a spot both for residents from different city regions and for activities proposed by the neighborhood, from flirting to meditation circles.
"Everybody wants to know about it, which is quite significant for a 23,000 square meter space," comments park manager Heraldo Guiaro, 63.
In 2022, the space attracted a public more than five times larger than the neighboring . . .