Reinvestment and transformation of neglected community spaces and infrastructures promotes walkable neighborhoods and mass transit. The long-term redevelopment strategy for the Lakeview Low-Line allows a previously unsafe and underused space in the city to become a new community amenity and unique connector between the Lincoln Ave. and Southport commercial corridors. Taking formal cues from the track structure itself, we developed a collection of custom urban furniture that synthesize overhead cover, sound mitigation, lighting, seating and vending. To create a dynamic overhead surface, to invite visitors into the space, and to enhance the quality of the upgraded LED lighting, we utilized the existing canopy to hang perforated metal scallops that are encompassed by a bright yellow ribbon. By improving neglected Chicago Transit Authority spaces at key station entries and paths between, the Lakeview Low-Line increases safe access and encourages use of the “L” as a sustainable mass transit alternative to cars.