(Richmond and Liberty, IN)--If you’re in the downtown Richmond area, you may notice some additions to Jack Elstro Plaza. On Wednesday, the city indicated that new Play in the Park equipment has arrived and is now being installed. It consists mostly of concrete game tables and other activities like a Foosball table. The equipment was funded through a state grant and with the help of numerous local organizations. Changes are coming to the Liberty landscape. Plans are progressing for a park that currently has no name on 18 acres near Pierce Street. The park will have an amphitheater, a playground, a dog park, and tennis and pickleball courts. Also, two buildings are now set to be taken down next month. The old Woodruff’s building and what was the Frank Collier barbershop building will both be demolished. Those buildings had been damaged by fire.