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Cleveland’s Public Square Renovation is completed!

Cleveland’s Public Square re-opened to the public on June 30.

Landscape architect James Corner designed the $50 million project, which was completed in time for the upcoming Republican National Convention.

Prior to the renovation, Public Square was primarily a bus terminal with historic monuments and memorials. The 15-month project has turned the 10-acre space into a more unified space with new landscaping, flower beds, space for art installations and much more.

For a list of new features go to @ThisisCleveland


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