Welcome to Cleveland - lately my schedule has been hectic as well but if it's workable, I'm always up for meeting for a drink or three. Great photos and while it's not the most symmetrical angle - I love the view of the skyline from there.
That last shot is definitely scurrrry but a few blocks away, there's a former factory building that was converted into lofts; prior to rehab, it had a full-grown tree (three stories tall!) sticking through the roof! Proof that with a little vision and a good chunk of change, you can make some really special spaces out of places like this.
Just to shed some light - here is some information about the Tyler Village complex http://tylervillage.com/development/
- slowly but surely they're reclaiming a once abandoned industrial complex and converting it into functional workspace. Of course when you're dealing with 1.2 million sq. ft. over 10 acres, these things take time. At one point, there was a residential component in the works but the economy and banks' refusal to lend resulted in the developers focusing on the commercial space. The warehouse buildings in the immediate area are home to a lot of working artists - not big on streetlife, but once you see what's happening in these buildings, it's really cool.
This church is now home to convivium 33 galleries http://josaphatartshall.com/gallery/