It is a little sad but, that's progress, partner! Or is it? Look at the neighborhood beyond the almost empty lot. How'd you like to grow up in a place like that? Some cities still have neighborhoods like that but some have been razed in the name of urban renewal, replaced by really nice places that the former residents can't afford. Some buildings, that is, the building fronts, have been covered to modernize the appearance. It's hard to say if that's good or bad. Some are probably good and some are probably bad. I see a fair number of buildings that are definitely 50's modern (meaning built after WWII anyway), including buildings erected on into the 1970s, that have a certain charm, at least to me. They're all small, usually no more than three or four stories, sometimes with interesting details, and sometimes not in the best of shape, either. And some are downtown in the big city. I can't easily say why I find such places to be interesting, but perhaps it's nothing more than the sight of a modest (not huge) building that looks trim, efficient and modern. But it's not a professional park, it's just a single building. It's an office building of some sort, possibly professional offices. It certainly doesn't remind me of anything from my childhood, though, for there were no such buildings in my hometown, and it's like no building I've ever worked in.