Oklahoma City, OK
Stanton L. Young Walk is the centerpiece of the Landscape Master Plan for the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.
Demolition of a paved street and construction of landscaped campus “centerpiece” with fountains, clock tower, gateways and public art.
The Stanton L. Young Walk, an area 250 feet wide and 1,000 feet long, was closed to traffic, demolished, and transformed into a beautiful tree-lined pedestrian mall with stepped terraces and brick-paved sidewalks and special points of interest, including a clock tower, a cascading fountain, arches, and works of art.
To the north of the Stanton L. Young Walk is the Great Lawn, a large waterwall fountain, a park area within an existing grove of trees, and two fountain courtyard areas.
Total cost of the Stanton L. Young Walk is approximately $5.5 million.