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The design concept for City Market East Plaza reorganizes the space to create direct walking paths and accessible green spaces. It also includes activity and event space, amenities for bicycle and transit riders, and increased plantings.
EPA's Greening America's Capitals program helps cities include sustainable design strategies --such as green infrastructure -- in their planning and development. These concepts lead to distinctive neighborhoods that enjoy multiple social, economic, and environmental benefits. Cities are selected through a competitive application process, and many have begun to implement these enhancements with private, as well as local, state, and other federal, investments.
December 3, 2013 Images courtesy of Origin 4 Design.
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