McKeldin Square in Downtown Baltimore reopened Thursday.
The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore will host a ribbon cutting ceremony on Pratt and Light Streets to highlight the $4 million renovation.
The space includes new landscaping, more trees, terraced seating and public artwork. The yearlong renovation removed a large fountain in the Inner Harbor.
Pick up lunch at the Pratt St Mkt, then enjoy it on the lawns of McKeldin Square which reopens this morning at 11! pic.twitter.com/RYarQeuQ4s
— Downtown Baltimore (@DowntownBalt) June 22, 2017
McKeldin Square was named after Theodore R. Mckeldin, a former Baltimore mayor and Maryland governor. Officials said the problem at the square was the old fountain blocked the view and an entryway to the Inner Harbor.