Heritage Park

Irving, Texas
Architexas worked with the City of Irving Capital Improvement Program Department and the Parks and Recreation Department to redevelop Heritage Park in Irving, Texas. Redevelopment of the site included the relocation and restoration of the park’s existing buildings and features, which include the City’s historic train depot, caboose, original water tower and original library. The historic train depot functions as a museum and the library is used as a community meeting hall.


The design of the enlarged park has a new amphitheater that contains storage, green rooms, and public restrooms. An enhanced walkway for food trucks, farmers markets, and other festivals was also incorporated into the park design. The park is at the end of the City’s Main Street and creates a link between the Main Street buildings and the City’s adjacent trail system at their Centennial Park. To tie these important areas together the City requested that Architexas use materials seen along Main Street such as brick and cast stone and materials used in Centennial Park such as Lueders stone. These materials were thoughtfully incorporated into the new amphitheater and other park features.

  • Master Planning
  • Historic Preservation
  • New Construction
  • Building Relocation
  • Full Architectural Services