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Argyle StreetAvonshire Park, North YorkBank of Canada – Head OfficeBroad Art Museum at Michigan State UniversityBrown University & Ship Street SquareCedar PointCitySquare GarageCleveland Firefighters MemorialCreative CampusDistillery DistrictDowning Street RevitalizationEast Side Bond Condominium ComplexEducation First, Hult BuildingEvanston Fountain SquareFront Street RevitalizationGrafton LumberyardHalifax Central LibraryHarrison PATH StationHoboken Southwest ParkHudson LightsHudson Valley Office ComplexHullmark PlazaJames Street Go StationKew Gardens StreetscapeLiberty Village ParketteLittle Caesars ArenaLovejoy WharfLoyola University St. Ignatius Community PlazaMansfield Town Square at Storrs CenterMarket Square – ClevelandMarkham Civic Center PlazaMary Bartelme ParkMBTA Wonderland Pedestrian BridgeMilwaukee DomesNavy PierNew York Botanical GardenPark at United Steel WorkersParvis du parc Frédéric-BackPat Bayly SquarePier 4Plaza de las AmericasPrairie District ParkPublic Plaza at CN TowerServiam Gardens Senior ApartmentStonehill CollegeSylvester Baxter Riverfront ParkTelus Tower & Union PlazaThe Indianapolis Motor SpeedwayThe Western Reserve Historical Society of ClevelandThe Yard, Rutgers UniversityToronto City HallTown of WilliamsvilleTriton College StadiumUniversity of Chicago North Science QuadUniversity of ConnecticutUniversity of MassachusettsUniversity of Toronto – Mississauga CampusUptown Alleyway & MOCAUSS Constitution Overlook ParkVaughan Metropolitan CentreWest Madison Pocket ParkWheeling Town CenterWhite Plains Library

Market Square – Cleveland

Market Square – Cleveland

City of Cleveland Division of Architecture

Cleveland, Ohio

Market Square Park is located across the street from Cleveland’s historic West Side Market, at the intersection of West 25th Street and Lorain Avenue in Ohio City. The park site was the market’s original location. Market Square Park is a focal point of the historic neighborhood that contains Market Avenue and West 25th Street’s restaurant and retail district and is also the location of a major transit hub. The overall design focuses on harvest themes found in the region and uses those concepts to link the park to the market. The project designers and landscape architect worked to ensure that the placement of each art element within the park allows traffic to flow freely. Completed in 2011, the project consists of approximately 4,000 s.f. of Courtstone pavers which were chosen for their strong visual and textural characteristics. The Courtstone pavers also provide a historical link to the sites original use of the Market by evoking thoughts of the sites history within the overall context of the Ohio City area.