The plan, "Curb Appeal," is aimed to prove that attractionsare close and easily accessible by foot.
Curb Appeal integrated the work of local designers andfabricators.
The enhancements will visually connect the area between theHorseshoe Casino Cleveland, 5th Street Arcades and attractions nearby.
Some of the improvements include brightening thestreetscape, a 70-foot mural, the addition of two custom-fabricated parkmobilesand more artwork.
"Our research tells us that thevisitor experience traveling between our attractions is just as important aswhat happens inside the four walls of the attraction," said David Gilbert,President and CEO of Positively Cleveland. "We know Cleveland has world-classassets that provide a great experience for our visitors; we now need to makesure that the spaces between them provide a welcoming experience, too."
Curb Appeal was supported by$100,000 of contributions from the following:
The Lucile and Robert H. GriesCharitable Fund
Plans for additional enhancements will beannounced in the future.
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