CLEVELAND — The City of Cleveland is making $1.4 million in upgrades to a popular city attraction.
The West Side Market is getting new public and vendor restrooms and a new roof. Crews will also conduct elevator repairs and electrical and plumbing upgrades.
Many of the projects are already underway. Up next is the upgrade of the Market’s grease trap.
Because of the size of the equipment needed to make the changes, the Market will shut down from April 27 to April 30.
The project is critical to reducing back-ups of the Market’s plumbing.