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February 17, 2019

Proposed park concepts on Shaker Square could remove Shaker Boulevard

CLEVELAND — Detailed concepts for a proposed neighborhood park and public space on Cleveland’s Shaker Square will be turned over to the public for feedback this week. The $400,000 project would revamp Shaker Square, though two of four concept designs would remove Shaker Boulevard from the square’s center. Tara Turner, spokesperson for...

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November 19, 2018

Forty Under 40: Tiffany Graham Charkosky, 36 Senior project director, LAND Studio

Sometimes, life throws you a surprise that is both pleasant and lasting — like a career. Just look at Tiffany Graham. She didn’t even know “urban planning” was a thing, let alone a career, when she was in high school and even through most of college. “I didn’t know it existed until...

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November 11, 2018

Shaker Square planning kicks off Nov. 16-17 with public asked to weigh in and think big

Project sponsors LAND Studio and Cleveland Neighborhood Progress will use public events on Friday, Nov. 16 and Saturday Nov. 17 to introduce Hargreaves and other members of the design team to Clevelanders, and to launch a discussion about Shaker Square. Designers will serve cider and donuts at "street team" tables on...

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October 18, 2018

"Walking on Water" art by Sam3 finished

CLEVELAND, Ohio - If you’ve driven on the Shoreway west of downtown Cleveland over the past few weeks, you’ve probably noticed the Garrett A. Morgan Surge Tank near W. 49th Street being painted. Spanish artist Sam3 recently finished his project, titled “Walking On Water,” on the 94 foot tower. As described by...

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October 03, 2018

Sam3's "Walking on Water" mural on Cleveland water tower to be completed this month

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Garrett A. Morgan power surge tower has stood just off the Detroit Shoreway by the West 45th Street exit near Lake Erie for over 40 years. The tower was painted white, save for the blue “City of Cleveland Est. 1796” written across its side. The tower...

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