Activity continued in, and adjacent to, the Town Center into the 2000’s. In addition, the City’s significant residential growth (7,000 new residents over the decade) introduced a new wave of residents seeking to utilize the Town Center and its amenities.
In 2002, Town Center Park was developed in partnership with Capital Realty who dedicated the land to the city. The Park planning process was driven by community charrettes and a proactive design process. The first phase of the park was completed in 2000-2002 and the second phase was completed by 2005. Since then, the park has been a popular hub of community gatherings and activities, including Rotary concerts, Fun in the Park, and Art in the Park events. The water park is a favorite destination for families during warm summer months. The park is home to the Korean War Memorial, developed by the Oregon Trail Chapter of the Korean War Veterans Association and dedicated on September 30, 2000. The City of Wilsonville now owns the memorial.
Shortly after the completion of the park, the property located directly across Park Place, developed into two retail commercial buildings (now Park Pavilion) providing nearly 15,000 square feet of new commercial retail space for small businesses such as a dental practice, preschool, and the Dar Essalam Mediterranean restaurant. Later, in 2007, Capital Realty Corp. constructed a three-story, 44,000 square foot, Class A office building and adjacent retail building on the southwest corner of the intersection of Town Center Loop and Parkway Court.