SAN ANTONIO – Work started last week on a $6.25 million landscaping project at the McNay Art Museum that will expand the walkability and connectivity of the museum.
The project includes new paths for guests, water features, and a path to connect an existing bus stop on N. New Braunfels Ave. to the museum's main entrance.
There will also be artwork and invisible fencing added.
Phase one will wrap up by spring 2020.
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Source: San Antonio Business Journal
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