Located on the west side of Baltimore in Historic Jonestown, the McKim Park and the area around the McKim Center was updated to include a walking path, an open field, a playground and a basketball court. The park is managed by the Baltimore City Recreation and Parks (BCRP), and the adjacent neighbor, Ronald McDonald House, made a $250,000 commitment to help redevelop the grassy park land and relocate the basketball court. On site special care was taken to preserve the respect of the existing Old Town Friends’ Meeting House which is one of Baltimore’s few remaining 18th century structures. The Old Town Friends’ Meeting House typifies the refined simplicity and dignity of the Quaker Meeting House. The two-story brick building has undergone several alterations over the years. Working for Ronald McDonald House, MRA provided planning, landscape architecture, civil and structural engineering, and coordination with BCRP, as well as construction administration services. Landscape architectural design included a perspective rendering for McKim Park, planting design, stormwater management assistance, open space amenity design, and assisting BCRP in the creation of construction documents.