However, in 2011, due to the decline in the housing market, the decision was made to forego new housing as previously proposed and repurpose the property as a neighborhood park.
After the decision to turn the site into a park two public meetings were held to solicit input from the surrounding neighborhood regarding proposed amenities to be incorporated in a master plan for the site.
The City of Arlington Parks and Recreation Department was recently named a Gold Medal Finalist for excellence in Park and Recreation Management by the National Recreation and Park Association for 2016.
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Also as a part of the buyout process the City purchased three adjacent properties, relocated the tenants, and demolished the structures to make room for the new dwelling units.
The 12.1 acre park site is surrounded by both multi-family and single family dwellings.
The site was previously occupied by the High Oak Terrace Apartments which were constructed in 1970 and consisted of 132 units.
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Numerous code complaints and reports of crime were recorded in 20.