The original Levy Park was given to the City of Houston in 1941 and was home to baseball diamonds, a dog park and large, sprawling, picturesque live oak trees. Over time, the underutilized park fell into disrepair, suffering from a lack of visibility, access and activation. The park needed a design overhaul to rejuvenate the forgotten green space and rebuild patronage. Levy Park has since been transformed into a world-class 5.9-acre, amenity-rich urban park, and positioned as a ‘must-visit’ destination in Houston.
During the planning process for the park
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