After almost two years of reconstruction, North Square is nearly finished!
With bricks and cobblestone back in place, residents and visitors can now walk freely through the square again. The purpose of this revitalization, defined back in October 2017, was to “improve the ability for people to enjoy the square by developing its identity as a cultural destination and making the space accessible for all.” Now that the space is accessible, the final piece of the project is the four sculptures to be added in the square.
A+J Art & Design presented updates on this artwork to the Neighborhood Council (NEWNC) and Residents’ Association (NEWRA) at their July meetings. The four sculptures, representing the history and culture of North Square, are due to be installed at the beginning of September and will occupy the four empty platforms seen in the photo.
Photo submitted by Dave Goggins.
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