Cleveland’s Public Square is once again open to the public. It has been closed since the reconstruction began in March 2015. The new design by internationally renowned landscape architecture firm James Corner Field Operations, has transformed The Square from four separate quadrants into a unified public space in the heart of Downtown Cleveland.
The Square is a welcoming space that invites people in, encourages them to stay and will be used throughout the year for a wide range of programs and events.
The Square includes pedestrian pathways, green spaces for concerts and events, areas to sit and lounge, a café, a new public restroom and a water feature, which was ceremonially activated during today’s rededication.
The Soldiers and Sailors Monument remains as an integral feature of the park and will become more accessible to the public.
“The new Public Square moves us closer to a pedestrian, cycling, and public transportation…
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