Definition of streetscape
1 : the appearance or view of a street
2 : a work of art depicting a view of a street
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A $700,000 request by the city's Department Parks and Parkways to extend the streetscape of North Galvez Street from the Greenway to Poydras Street was denied in the most recent Capital Improvement Plan.
Bittas said the 20th corridor underwent extensive streetscape improvements in the 1980s including new sidewalks, landscaping, lighting and street furniture.
They, there were held in a cavernous building built with a mock streetscape that is used to teach recruits proper tactics.
The second largest piece is $11 million for a six-square-block streetscape project on Montrose Street to the waterfront and from Lake Avenue in the east to West Avenue in the west.
Cleveland needs new downtown zoning to avoid repeating mistakes of midcentury modernism, such as the bleak streetscapes of the city's Erieview District, planned in the 1960s.
Visually, the green-blue background colors blend beautifully into the verdant streetscape, but the lettering pops like azalea blossoms (which Mr. Dylan mentions later in the extended quote).
The project will consist of streetscape improvements, including replacement of the sidewalk, street lights and trees, along Glenview Road from the Metra railroad tracks to Waukegan Road, according to the village website.
Streetscape improvements to Elmwood Park's Circle area are close to completion, just in time for a busy summer.
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