A new set of renderings reveal that the upcoming Dogpatch Arts Plaza, which was in the spotlight just last week, has already received some design tweaks. New additions to the $1.2M dollar project include moveable planters and benches, which will not only add greenery but also keep the space flexible. Aside from mobile furnishings, art installations will now be located in the center of the plaza, as opposed to the southeast corner. According to a representative from UP Urban, changes were made to the plaza's layout to accommodate Cresco Equipment Rental next door, and to better comply with the Dogpatch Neighborhood Association's vision for the space. Once the adjacent residential development at 650 Indiana secures all approvals, funding should be released for the freshly redesigned plaza's construction.
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