Hot in Cleveland? The city’s new, cool Public Square
Clip: 07/13/2016 | 7m 30s
Just in time for next week’s Republican convention, Cleveland has unveiled a $50 million renovation of its historic, 10-acre Public Square in the city’s downtown. The landscape architect was James Corner, the same man behind New York City’s celebrated High Line. The square is sure to be the site of expected protests next week. Corner says it’s ready. Jeffrey Brown reports from Cleveland.
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