Hargreaves Associates collaborated with Polshek Partnership Architects (now Ennead Architects) for the William J. Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas. The prominent 30-acre riverfront Presidential Library and Museum site is located immediately adjacent to downtown Little Rock. The new Library and Museum buildings are set amidst a large, public riverfront park with sloping lawns, festival spaces, and both public and private thematic gardens. Primary features of the park include upper and lower riverfront promenades that provide access to and views of the river, an arrival and celebration plaza, grassy gathering spaces and a multi-use amphitheater, a children’s play area, sweeping river and terrace gardens, a festival grove of native Arkansas trees, and lawns that stretch to the river. The park also includes substantial naturalized areas along the river for environmental education and wildlife habitat. The park accommodates a wide range of both formal and casual activities including large gatherings hosted by the Center and the City, and intimate opportunities for urban fishing and wildlife study, temporary outdoor sculpture and art festivals, and everyday wanderings and casual play.