Rosemont Plaza nearing completion


rosemont plaza

The city’s $413,000 project to update the Rosemont Plaza, that wedge of Seventh Street between Rosemont and Montclair, began in February, and it’s almost complete.

A small playground went in several months ago. Trees were planted recently. And workers were laying new sod in the pocket park Tuesday.

The project includes repaving the streets and sidewalks, landscaping and installing park amenities such as benches and lighting, and improving storm water and sewer lines.

The Davis Garden TIF fund is paying for most of it, $391,592. Another $22,000 comes from the city’s waste water utility construction fund.

By |2015-07-21T11:42:51-05:00July 21st, 2015|News|1 Comment

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  1. Andrew Howard July 21, 2015 at 5:25 PM

    Also the first median separated cycle track in Texas.

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