August 19, 2010

on the boards: Uptown development

Landscape architect James Corner (Field Operations) has been commissioned to design a new public square in downtown Cleveland (see proposals here) as well as a plaza for the new Farshid Moussavi (Foreign Office Architects) designed Museum of Contemporary Art. The museum and public spaces are part of a new eight-acre Uptown $150 million development in Cleveland, Ohio and will also feature apartments by Stanley Saitowitz.

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