The East Liberty Park neighborhood is located between 900 South and 1300 South from 700 East to 1100 East. The neighborhood was one of the first streetcar suburbs in the Big Field Survey area. It is a quiet urban-suburban neighborhood of mixed single family, duplex, and small apartment houses with an intermingling of businesses and offices.
Much of the area was platted as subdivisions by 1890, although the 1893 depression interrupted several developers’ plans. By 1925 most of the area was filled in with modest single-family dwellings with architectural styles ranging from cottages to bungalows, reflective of the forty years of development in the area.
Mature trees line the streets and sidewalks in East Liberty Park. The streets and sidewalks are used for walking, cycling, and meeting people.