I took these pictures last month, on Presidents Day.
The view from the park looks to the North East, out over the Arboretum, SR520 Floating Bridge, and Lake Washington.
Turning slightly clockwise, you get a view of the Bellevue skyline.
You can see nearly the whole length of the SR520 bridge.
The humps on the right and left are the Eastern HiRise and the Western HiRise, respectively.
The roadway that dips between them isn't above the water. It floats on the surface of the lake. The section in the middle is actually a draw span. The DOT opens it up when winds exceed 45 MPH. The highway can be shut down for hours at a time.
This bridge is considered obsolete, and replacing it will be one of the Seattle area's next major infrastructure projects. Given the way Seattle government and projects work, I expect we'll be driving on the new bridge sometime around 2063.
There are plenty of great views from the park so if you have the opportunity, stop by and spend a few minutes taking in the beauty of the Seattle area from this neat little vista.
You can see more of my Boren Park pictures here.