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Monday, July 26, 2010

Previews of What Will Be Celebrated at Thursday’s Crown Square Ribbon-Cutting

As noted in Friday’s post about the Crown Square ribbon-cutting, we’re planning a big celebration this Thursday, July 29, to mark the completion of the $35 million, 27-building redevelopment of the former 14th Street Pedestrian Mall.  To get in the mood for the big day, we’re offering a few previews and a look back at how some of these buildings have changed over the years.

The Crown Square redevelopment includes new landscaping between buildings and in public spaces.

The Crown Square redevelopment includes new landscaping between buildings and in public spaces.

The pathway shown above leads to the buildings at 2607 and 2611 N. 14th, which have come a long way over the past few decades.

Above: the buildings at 2607 through 2611 N. 14th have benefited from full historic rehabilitation after years of abandonment and deterioration.

2607 through 2611 N. 14th in 2006.

2607 through 2611 N. 14th in 2006.

2607 through 2611 N. 14th in 2008.

2607 through 2611 N. 14th in 2008.

Join us on Thursday at 4 p.m. as we celebrate positive changes that have taken place at all 27 buildings and throughout the whole Crown Square redevelopment area.

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