| 6 years ago When the planners set about designing the deck park that sits atop Woodall Rodgers Freeway, they knew they had an opportunity to create something truly special. For inspiration, they looked to some of the nation’s most successful parks—including the four profiled here.
| 5 years ago You'll be amazed by how much went into creating this urban oasis.
| 6 years ago Longtime green industry executive Mark Banta has seen firsthand the impact a city park can have.
| 6 years ago A little seed money helped turn a vision for Klyde Warren Park into a beautiful reality—just like in the movies.
| 6 years ago Safety is one of the top three priorities for Klyde Warren Park’s president. And one mantra—firm, but fair—has served him well in the past.
| 6 years ago Klyde Warren Park gives urban Dallas residents—and their four-legged family members—a place to play.
| 6 years ago The deck park spanning Woodall Rodgers Freeway cannot solve 100-year-old urban development problems on its own, and the problems won’t be solved overnight.
| 6 years ago From chess, lectures, yoga, and a lending library to movies, knitting, and dance lessons, Klyde Warren Park aims to offer outdoor activities for just about everyone.
| 6 years ago They worked seven years to make Klyde Warren Park happen. Here’s how they did it.
| 6 years ago Shepherding the project was a matter of selflessness—and sheer hard work.
| 6 years ago The energy magnate tells why he loves great urban green spaces—and music.
| 6 years ago Along with attracting urban workers and residents, it's expected to become a destination point that lures visitors from the entire North Texas region and beyond.
| 6 years ago Heat, drought, urban location, shallow soil depths, and weight restrictions—these are just some of the challenges faced by the landscape architects of Klyde Warren Park.
| 6 years ago The Muse Family Performance Pavilion will showcase local programs and provide diverse music for visitors.
| 6 years ago Community leaders on their hopes for what this new urban green space will mean to Dallas.