CLEVELAND — Changes are coming to Loew Park in Cleveland's Old Brooklyn neighborhood thanks to a multi-million dollar project from the city.

Cleveland City Council President Kevin Kelley made the announcement on Tuesday evening. 

The city plans to add a regulation-sized soccer field, complete with grandstands that can hold as many as 750 people, plus a press box. 

The $3.5 million dollar project also includes screening trees, a new walking path, new playground equipment, and underground engineering to eliminate flooding. 

The Loew Park project is expected to be completed sometime next year. 

WATCH | See Kevin Kelley's presentation of the Loew Park plan from WKYC's Facebook Live in the player below: