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Peavey Plaza Grand Opening Celebration set for July 18

Peavey Plaza reopens with restored fountains and water features, new trees, enhanced lighting and improved accessibility

The revitalized Peavey Plaza will be unveiled by the City of Minneapolis on July 18 at 11:30am.

Highlights of the revitalization project include restoring the plaza’s fountains and water features, adding more durable and environmentally friendly paving materials, updating lighting and making design updates to ensure the plaza is compliant with the Americans with Disability Act. The City has a contract with the landscape architecture firm Coen+Partners and Global Specialty Contractors for the rehabilitation work. 

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