Howard S. Wright, a Balfour Beatty Company, is working to build far more than a 35-floor, multi-use structure on the corner of 10th Ave and Washington. 

General Superintendent of the new Block 216 build, Nick Cusanelli, had the idea of bringing some color to the safety walkway that lines the construction, with hopes to beautify, and drive awareness to the local businesses in the area. 

Cusanelli teamed up with Kali Grey, LLC., and Portland street artist, Eyedrawp, to create a 200 ft mural, named ‘Cusanelli Walk’ after Nick. 

The mural filled with hues of vibrant colors and shapes will remain up for the duration of the project through 2022.

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