Providing a promenade along the Great Lawn, the 143-foot-long formal garden trellis, supported by granite columns, is draped with seven species of vines. The trellis was designed by Halvorson Design Partnership and features an open dome in the center. The LED lighting enhances the Park each evening with color that changes seasonally and to celebrate local events.
All of the ironwork in the Park was custom designed by Richard Duca of Duca Designs. The drainage grates, unique iron fencing, and bicycle racks are elegant permanent accessories to the changing natural landscape of the Park.
Two airy iron, copper and glass pavilions house the escalator entrance to the Garage and the four season café. Both structures were designed by the Garage architect, Ellenzweig Associates of Cambridge, to bring the outside in and to reduce shadows in the Park.