Now That Riverwalk is Complete, 14th Street West is On Bradenton's Radar For Improvements

Bradenton is looking ahead, south actually. Now that the $6.2 million Riverwalk project is complete, the city is planning to enhance another part of town: 14th Street West. … Bradenton will collaborate with residents, businesses and a team from local colleges and universities to develop key elements that will become part of a vision plan for the 14th Street West neighborhood. … A list of partners for the revitalization project include Realize Bradenton, a non-profit that promotes downtown; Artists Guild of Manatee; New College of Florida; and the Manatee Chamber of Commerce.

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