Identified in the city's park system master plan as an underserved area of the community, this project injects an open space into the midst of one of Richardson's first neighborhoods developed in the 1950s. The city purchased and demolished four residences, creating a one acre pocket park. The design respects the mid-century modern aesthetic and streetscape feel, and respects the previous driveway and front yard pathway geometry as new arrival points. Salvaged brick is utilized in the pavilion construction and celebrates the four residences that were demolished. A butterfly garden rounds out a program of playground and casual open play lawns. The park has become the social centerpiece of this neighborhood, hosting block parties, movies on the lawn, and food truck events.