From the beginning, it was clear to us that the design of Mazatlan Central Park would be much more than just a recreational greenspace. Restoring the small body of water enclosed within the urban area was one of the fundamental pillars of the architectural proposal. Its rehabilitation involved reclaiming an essential reservoir for the city, capable of managing water flow during periods of heavy rainfall and preventing flooding in vulnerable urban areas. Additionally, this body of water is home to diverse species of birds, as well as terrestrial and aquatic flora and fauna.The second pillar of our design was to create an intense dialogue between the natural ecosystem and the social environment, where nature becomes the setting for gathering and coexistence. Spaces were proposed that fostered the connection between the community and nature, allowing people to enjoy its beauty and establishing a physical and visual platform that connected the city to the ocean. All of this with the aim of promoting moments of necessary fun for human well-being.By proposing the natural restoration of the environment, we brought life back to an abandoned and deteriorated space. Reforestation with endemic vegetation was carried out to reintroduce native species, and wetlands were restored to create healthy habitats, turning it into a biodiversity haven for local fauna. As a result, it has become a vibrant epicenter that offers a space for gathering, recreation, and connection with nature.