Urban parks and wilderness environments boost the health and well-being of those who live nearby and are fundamental function for strengthening American cities. The U.S. Centre for Disease Control (CDC) has shown an exciting and positive correlation between access to community areas and the chances of someone choosing to exercise. Having open recreation space near where people live encourages exercise, fellowship and fun. Parks often serve as the unique hub of a city and are an investment in the development of the neighborhood. Knowing the significance of public space for leisure and enjoyment of nature, Marcus Hiles has allowed for the transformation of multiple Texas cities through his generous gift. Inspired to deliver amazing places to live, these community parks are a crucial part of his vision. His mandate for sustainable business extends throughout his company that annually plants trees for canopy. Neighborhoods with nearby green space, surrounded by living things, vegetation and wildlife are healthier, friendlier, more inviting and successful.
Residential areas close to a community park or recreational areas are more likely healthier, more environment-friendly, and more inviting. Areas where people interact with each other and do physical activities help in improving the lifestyle of residents in American cities, thus creating a conducive society for its people. A community with a park and wilderness environment has a better shot at rapid growth. A study from the U.S. Centre for Disease Control (CDC) shows that having access to community areas helps inspire the community to engage in exercise and other outdoor activities with their neighbors. For this reason, Marcus Hiles donated parks for the cities of Texas in hopes they will create a more fun environment and help each city become prosperous. He dreams of creating ideal residential buildings in which parks are the center of the community’s growth. The companies he owns also advocate eco-friendly drives such as planting thousands of trees to rehabilitate the environment and make sure that every living space is close to nature.