Construction begins in 2020 for this 1.3-acre riverfront park, built in 1974 to honor the Duwamish Tribe. Working with Seattle Parks Foundation, the Friends of Duwamish Waterway Park, and Seattle Parks, Johnson+Southerland planned significant improvements to make the park more healthy and welcoming, including a loop path with a series of interpretive artwork boulders relating to the community and area history, an accessible playground, new park furnishings, removal of toxic soil, and vegetation management to improve sightlines and the riparian environment. The park has been carefully laid out to maximize open space for recreation and festivals and to preserve river views and access for launching hand-carried boats.