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Wall Goes Up as Construction for Civic Park Project Gets Underway

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Though the official groundbreaking on the Civic Park project was mid-July, work really has begun in earnest to transform the land between the Music Center and City Hall--bordered by the County Hall of Administration and a federal court building.

Yesterday workers installed a wall around the eventual construction site.

The four-block long park will have performance spaces, pedestrian paths, open green-space, food, and movable chairs. It is slated to be completed in 2012.

Read more about the project and see renderings of the site: Four-Block Long Civic Center Park Breaks Ground, Plans Call for Performance Spaces, Street Food & More

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