Most of the work shifted to the upper lot (east of Elliott) as the first layer of new soil spread from top to bottom.
The pictures at the bottom show the upper lot from the NE corner, NW corner, and from the west side of the north end looking east at Elliott and at the south wall of the parking structure that abuts the the lot and bears the "Art needs room to breathe" banner.
The pictures on the right show the continued build-up of the lower lot grade, from the NE corner, and the relative proximity of the cruiseship terminal to the park. Cruise passengers will be able to see the OSP from the upper decks, even before getting underway.
The third image on the right, for historical reference, shows the NE corner of the lot, currently enclosed by cyclone fencing, barbed wire, and the out reaching wild berry vines.
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|16 JULY 2004|