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Old Posted Sep 20, 2009, 3:27 PM
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CLEVELAND | Ernst & Young Building | FT | 21 FLOORS

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"450,000 sq. ft. of Class A office space featuring a green rooftop terrace for anchor tenants including Ernst & Young and Tucker Ellis & West (a law firm), along with a 150-room business class hotel featuring top-quality room design, a high-tech conference center, as well as a landscaped terrace and covered pathways with direct connectivity to the office tower."

Photo of the site - this tower would rise next to the brick buildings in the center:



This building is a component of the Flats East Bank project which was put on hold due to the recession. That's now going to be developed in phases, this is part one and thanks to a recently awarded $54 million grants/loans package from the city and state, this is much more likely to happen
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Old Posted Sep 22, 2009, 2:29 AM
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Hey i like it. Its nice...

     
     
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Nice addition to Cleveland
     
     
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Old Posted Sep 22, 2009, 2:57 AM
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Nice looking building! A fine addition.
     
     
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Great news,Cleveland needs it.
     
     
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Old Posted Sep 30, 2009, 1:33 AM
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I like it a lot! I hope construction starts soon. I'm very excited for the whole East Bank project
     
     
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Old Posted Oct 7, 2009, 11:26 PM
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Nice looking building. Any additional details out yet on exact height or at least the cost of this building?
     
     
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Yeah lots of new development going on with this project.
http://www.cleveland.com/business/in...ice_build.html

Since I live here I suppose I got to be the 'NYguy' to take pictures of the construction every week. Heh



     
     
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Way too suburban.
     
     
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Way too suburban.
Well, it's better than a parking lot. Downtown is littered with way too many of them in this area.
     
     
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Since I live here I suppose I got to be the 'NYguy' to take pictures of the construction every week. Heh
He usually just posts pictures from places like flickr that others have taken.
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Looks like Cleveland is getting an aLoft.
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Way too suburban.
It's not an envelope-pushing design but the site setup is hardly "way too suburban"; the buildings are being built up to the sidewalk, and the parking is structured (underneath the office tower, and "behind" the hotel).



Acer1 - don't worry, when they get steel in the air - there will be plenty of dorks people taking photos
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I didn't mean that as a knock on you or anything Nyguy, and I do know that there are pictures you take yourself.
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All I have to say is it's about time.

Flats East Bank financing set to close Tuesday, despite a dispute with the architect
Published: Monday, December 20, 2010, 7:30 PM Updated: Monday, December 20, 2010, 7:37 PM

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A dispute with an architectural firm is causing complications for the Flats East Bank project, just as the stalled development is finally ready to go.

The developers of the $275 million project filed a lawsuit Monday against Forum Architectural Services LLC, a Cleveland firm that has crafted site plans and designs for a mixed-use neighborhood at the mouth of the Cuyahoga River.

After years of effort, the Wolstein Group and Fairmount Properties are scheduled to close on their financing Tuesday -- the crucial step to lock in the public and private money to build an office tower, a hotel, a parking garage, retail and park space. But the developers claim their closing was almost derailed -- and that the project was nearly destroyed -- because of Forum's efforts to secure payment for its work.

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It's still in 'site prep' status, but it's still plugging along:

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It's not an envelope-pushing design but the site setup is hardly "way too suburban"; the buildings are being built up to the sidewalk, and the parking is structured (underneath the office tower, and "behind" the hotel).



Acer1 - don't worry, when they get steel in the air - there will be plenty of dorks people taking photos
Oh nice, I like this render. I didn't like any of the renders previous to this, and thought it looked liked blah. This render changed my mind though. As long as the materials for the facade are not trash then this should be a very nice addition.
     
     
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They started pouring the foundation today.

http://www.wtam.com/cc-common/news/s...rticle=8642412
     
     
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We *finally* have moved beyond the "moving dirt around" phase!

Admins/Mods - two requests: 1. can this please be moved the construction section, and 2. can the thread title be changed to 21 floors? It's 18 office floors on top of three parking floors. THANK YOU!



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