In 1925, C.J. Lawrence and William E. Vogelsang contracted to have an access road built from Brucker Road to the house of C.J. Lawrence. C.J. and William agreed to pay an amount between $400 and $500, split equally, for the road, and agreed to advance $75 each to W. L. Holcomb, to allow him to buy a truck to accomplish the task.
On July 11, 1936, the members of the South Highland community formally established the community's parking lot, by granting a mutual easement across the land owned by each of them.