The newly completed Mercy-Liberty Medical Center as viewed from the west, above Webster Street in Downtown Port Overton.
A new design of elevated rail station (now with four stairways instead of one) for Selden Park (name pending).
Selden Park was established in 1845 at the southern boundary of Brixton, in Port Overton. It includes a lake, several walking trails, a pedestrian bridge, and a lawn and picnic area.
In 1974, it was considered the country’s most dangerous park, infamously averaging a monthly rate of 1.6 crimes per acre. The city disputed that claim, stating that the ‘true’ rate was more along the lines of 1.4.
Note: I called this park Roquefort Park initially, but I decided against it. Too cheesy.
Here I tear down a building…just to rebuild it again later. But the building next to it gets replaced, so that’s nice.
In defiance of gravity, I decide to replace the base of the Warden Building in Downtown Port Overton.