Plans to revitalize the historic North Square area are on a fast-track on the Freedom Trail near Paul Revere’s House and the Rachel Revere Park is close to completion.
The artwork consisting of four sculptures relating to local themes should be in place later in 2017.
Street and sidewalk renovations will take place in the near future.
The projects are a result of the City of Boston working closely with residents, businesses, and organizations through community meetings, soliciting suggestions and opinions before the projects begin.
The current plans will improve the oldest public square in the state (maybe the country) by leaps and bounds.
Successful communication between the city and the neighborhood was the key element that will result in an outstanding neighborhood improvement project.