Follow the orange arrows on the signs as you walk
Looking up, you can see what remains of an Eric Grohe mural from the late 1990s. It depicted an imaginary apartment building, its windows filled with people in everyday activities, each one representing someone the artist met during his summers in Massillon.
Like his other two murals, he incorporated the bricks of the building as part of his painting. The surface of the lower two floors had been skimmed with a stucco-like substrate, which unfortunately began separating from the brick in 2021, when it was removed.
Directions: Continue walking eastward on Diamond Court to First Street Southeast and cross to the other side. Turn right and walk to Veterans Memorial Park at the end of the cement plaza. Turn left and walk toward the corner of the government and justice building, stopping at the Vietnam soldier statue and again at the wooden soldier statue.