Architectural renderings of the proposed deck park over Interstate 35, from central Oak Cliff to the Dallas Zoo, were released this week.
The artwork, from Klyde Warren Park designer Office of James Burnett, looks wonderful. But the city would need to pony up around $75 million to make the plan happen.
City Councilmember Carolyn King Arnold, who represents parts of eastern Oak Cliff, has railed against the park, saying she and neighbors east of I-35 have been left out of the conversation. But Dallas Morning News reporters apparently have been unable to find opponents by knocking on doors near the zoo.
Find the latest presentation on the park, which would cost about $110 million total, here, and find more photos below.