Previously referred to as Park No. 532, Williams-Davis Park is a vibrant new park located in the Oakland neighborhood. The park was created in the late 1990s, as part of the Chicago Housing Authority's Plan for Transformation which involved razing deteriorated public housing units known as the Lake Park Homes. The site was redeveloped into a mixed income community known as Lake Park Crescent which includes a 2.8-acre park. Landscape designers Bauer Latoza Studio worked with the Chicago Park District to create an exciting public space with a playground and passive areas. The gateway to the park features Milton Mizenburg Jr.’s first bronze sculpture which he fittingly named Restoration. The Chicago Park District officially acquired the park in 2006.