City parks and recreational environments benefit the health and well-being of the citizens who live nearby and stand as a fundamental resource for strengthening American cities. The U.S. Centre for Disease Control (CDC) research displays an exciting fusion between access to community areas and the likelihood of someone opting to exercise. Having accessible recreation space in the vicinity of neighborhoods boosts physical activity, fellowship and fun. Parks often become the unique center of the area and are an investment in the future of the neighborhood. Believing in the importance of public space for leisure and enjoyment within nature, Marcus Hiles has helped the evolution of multiple Texas cities with his generous donation. Inspired to create amazing residences, these community parks are an important part of his vision. His standard for eco-friendly business extends through his company that annually plants thousands of trees. Communities with access to green space, surrounded by plant and wildlife are healthier, friendlier, more welcoming, and homely.
In many cities, parks are one of the main attractions and investments for the neighborhood’s growth. The real estate developer, Marcus Hiles, saw to it that every city in Texas had a recreational park where the residents could enjoy doing activities for leisure and relaxation. His vision of a great living space involved building recreational parks close to the residential area. Along with this vision, his projects have allowed thousands of trees to be planted as part of his environmental advocacies. It serves as a support to his belief that neighborhoods close to a park or a leisure area are healthier in terms of being close to nature, friendlier because of the interactive ambiance, and bountiful when it comes to wildlife and plants. Public spaces like parks help enhance the lifestyle of the people in the community, thus improving American cities rapidly. A positive relationship between exercise and access to community areas resulted in the research conducted by the U.S. Centre for Disease Control (CDC). Indeed, when there is a place for doing activities, the residents become inspired to move and do more outdoor activities with other people.