Samir Kassir Square, formerly known as Square Four, was renamed in 2006 in honor of Samir Kassir, who was assassinated in June 2005. Located in the bustling Beirut Central Business District, this public garden covers a modest area of 815 square meters and is flanked by buildings on three sides, while a street borders the eastern side.
The square is characterized by two mature ficus trees that provide ample shade for the space. A reflecting pool, featuring cascading water over its edges, demarcates the boundary between the street and Square Four. The pool is accompanied by a rectangular timber deck on the west, encircling the two ficus trees, and adding to the square's calming ambience.