Design of the estate: Maria Czyżewska, Andrzej Ostrowski, Kazimierz Wejchert, 1976. Realization in the years 1977–1978. The authors were awarded the award of the Minister of Construction in 1979 for the design.
The estate was built in an area quite distant from the city center, so the designers decided that it needed to be provided with a self-sufficient retail and service program. They proposed a square in the center of the estate with service premises located on the ground floor of the buildings forming the frontage of the square. It was a guarantee of the implementation of the service program at the same time as the flats handed over to the tenants (delays in the implementation of service facilities were a painful pain in other housing estates in the southern part of the city). The housing estate was called a market square by the residents, and the landscaping designed on it (different levels, brick walls, benches, stairs) was to create a friendly space for relaxation and integration of residents. The arrangement at that time was the work of Stanisław Niemczyk, in the center there was a sculpture of the Silesian girl, Karolinka (the protagonist of the song "Went Karolinka do Gogolin"), carved by Augustyn Dyrda, made of artificial stone.
A wide pavement - the promenade leads between the buildings of the estate towards Jaśkowicka Street with a trolleybus stop and towards the park through which the Żwakowski Stream winds.
In 2014, the square was revitalized according to the concept of Paweł Jabłoński's Design Studio. The original sculpture of Karolinka (it was renovated in 2011) was moved to the vicinity of Primary School No. 37, and in the center of the square a new sculpture was erected, made of bronze, with a dynamic form, integrated into the fountain. The author of this work is Tomasz Wenklar, an artist living in Tychy.