The City of Rochester dedicated the 2013 Project Scion at the corner of Dewey and Ravine avenues Wednesday morning.
Now in its second year, the project continues to turn vacant city lots into useable green space with hopes for new life in Rochester's neighborhoods.
This year's project is called "The Gateway." It was created by local landscape designers Pietro Furgiuele, Sharon Coates and Bruce Zaretsky.
It features boulder seats, outdoor chess tables, and a lending library amidst trees and gardens.
"We donate all of our time and the time of our companies, our staff our equipment to help build a park in the inner city neighborhoods, and we don't do it alone. The residents build the park with us. The kids were out here every day for a whole week, building the park with us," Coates said.
Local companies Zaretsky and Associates and Waterford Tilling donated the time and materials for the project.