Harrisburg’s most specaturaly displayed street from the very beginning included Harrisburg's Front Street along the river bank. The streets made orginally so beautiful that many governors decided to live on the either the North, West, or South Front streets. Originally before the City Beautiful movement the improperly maintained streets left a mess for the whole community. The overgrown population made many of the streets incapable of staying maintained. The Harrisburg Renaissance soon brought forth a way of new construction. Due to the reconstruction of these roads many of them received proper foundations and grass plots to provide for their restoration of their beauty.