"Richmond's inventory of building lots far exceeded demand, and the residents put vacant ground to good use."—T. Tyler Potterfield, Nonesuch Place: A History of the Richmond Landscape
An apt Devil's Triangle response to the parks of the Fan. A low whitish house—more like a shed—used to sit on this lot, set at a 90-degree angle to the surrounding apartments, so that it faced away from the street and looked instead into the windows of the neighboring buildings. A few months ago, bulldozers showed up and razed the structure to the ground over the course of a few days. No signs yet of what's planned for this parcel of Park, but for the time being, "Belmont Park" doesn't seem like such a bad alternative to Caliente.