MONA Paseo Opens

Glendale City Council and other dignitaries cut the ribbon to MONA Paseo

Glendale City Councilmembers and other dignitaries cut the ribbon opening the MONA Paseo

In a short ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday December 9, Glendale City Council officially opened the mid-block paseo adjacent to the newly opened Museum of Neon Art. In combination with MONA, this new pedestrian passage and the beautification of the adjacent alley and parking lot represents the first phase of the Central Park Master Plan. Funded with the last vestiges of Redevelopment Monies, the paseo project has been many years in the making. The design by AECOM links the civic facilities at Central Park with the Americana at Brand shopping center across Brand Boulevard, and features the historic “Clayton Plumbers” sign as a counterpoint to the neon diver on the roof of the MONA building.

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