The Emerging Dallas: The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge and Klyde Warren Park
By Chicago Tribune
Chicago: Conceived as Dallas' front lawn and named for the son of a pipeline executive, the 5.2-acre Klyde Warren Park was designed in part to cover a stretch of the Woodall Rogers Freeway. Its more critical role is to bring a pulse to a dormant zone between the Arts District and Uptown. So a steady stream of free programming will include fitness boot camps, movie screenings, ballroom dance lessons, creative drama classes for children, a putting green and an outdoor lending library.
As intended, the park and other cultural enhancements have stimulated residential construction downtown...
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