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Old Posted Jan 27, 2006, 3:21 PM
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CLEVELAND | Project Rundown

Updated March 23, 2014

Video of downtown Cleveland projects
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Link to downtown residential project map: http://www.cleveland.com/business/wi...ndowntown.html

2014 Under construction

Flats East Bank
Location: Flats East Bank
Mixed-use $550 million project (300+ residential units, 250,000 sq. ft. retail)
Phase I complete; Phase II under construction

Massing model showing 21-story office tower, 17- and 14- story mixed use towers:


Rendering of Phase II - mid-rise building to contain 140 to 200+ apartments:


Photo update, March 2014 - Phase II under construction:


Photo update August 2013, Phase I complete:



Cleveland Trust Tower/Renovation - new Cuyahoga County Headquarters
Location: CBD (Cleveland Trust complex)
Status: Under construction
Restoration of Cleveland Trust tower, rotunda and adjacent Swetland Building into mixed-use, construction of new 8-story office building


Progress photo March 2014:


Construction progress of new 8-story Cuyahoga County headquarters, March 2014:


Progress photo of Swetland Building, March 2014:


Case Western Reserve University - new Student Center
Location: University Circle
Status: Under construction
82,000 sq. feet; designed by Perkins and Will - $50 million project


Progress as of April 1, 2013:


Federal Building - Recladding
32-story office tower being 'reclad' with eco-friendly glass encasing the entire structure.

Rendering:


Progress as of March 2014:


Westin Hotel
Former Crowne Plaza/Bond Court Hotel being converted/updated into Westin.

Rendering:


Progress March 2014:



Uptown - Phase II - 7-story midrise, mixed-use
Architect: Stanley Saitowitz
Location: University Circle
Status: Under Construction


Progress as of October, 2013:



Schofield Building/Kimpton Hotel
Location: East 9th and Euclid (CBD)
Removal of 1970s paneling; restoration of historic facade
Status: Rehab underway; historic tax credits granted


Progress as of March 2014:


1717 East 9th Apartments
Location: Downtown
Status: Under Construction

Redevelopment of 21-story office tower into 223 apartments. Expected completion is 2014.



Cleveland Lakefront Transient Marina
50+ boatslip marina, located north of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Status: Under construction

Rendering:


Hazel Road Apartments
Location: University Circle
Status: Under construction
60-unit apartment building; $10.5 million project

Rendering:


Cleveland State University - Campus Village
Location: Downtown
Status: Under construction
Mixed use project with 300+ unit apartments, retail etc.; $50 million project

Rendering:


Tyler Village
http://www.tylervillage.com/
Location: Downtown (eastern)
Under construction/renovation
Over 1 million sq. feet of space renovated for commercial space and 450 residential units. Located on a 106-acre site, spread over 24 historic warehouse buildings.
Renderings:



Battery Park
(named after former Eveready plant on the site)
Location: Detroit-Shoreway
330 residential units/$100 million project
Under construction
Video overview - http://www.batteryparkcleveland.com/bpcvideo.phtml

Progress as of November, 2009:





Proposed/Canceled/On Hold

Hilton Convention Center Hotel
Location: Downtown
Status: Site prep
650 room hotel slated for site at Ontario and Lakeside. Approximately 26 stories; height 374 feet:



Site prep, March 2014:


Intesa
$100 Million mixed use proposal
Location: University Circle
Status: Proposed

Rendering from Bialosky Partners:


Cleveland Casino - Phase II
Rendering from video produced by Rock Ventures; video and more info available at cleveland.com http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2010..._gilberts.html


Location: Southwest corner of Huron/Ontario intersection
Status: Proposed - land agreements secured August 2010
$700 million project
Phase 1 (temporary casino) to open in former Higbee department store; Phase 2 (permanent) to be completed 2013.

Rivergate Park
Location: Flats near Columbus Road
Status: fundraising underway
$3.6 million project to create boathouse and other facilities for Cleveland Rowing Association
Rendering from clevelandrows.org


Avenue District
Location: East 12th St. (eastern CBD)
Mixed use $150 million project (425 residential units + retail)
Condo tower and townhomes completed; future phases on hold
http://www.theavenuedistrict.com/newlayout/


Progress as of December 3rd, 2008:


Stark Enterprises (unnamed) project
Location: West 3rd-West 6th (CBD near Warehouse District)
Mixed use $1 billion project
http://www.starkenterprises.com/news.php?id=26
Status: CANCELED




Public Square Tower
Location: CBD
Status: Proposed
21-story office tower


Euclid Avenue/Unnamed project:
Location: Central Business District
Status: Proposed
Additional eight stories to existing eight-story building:


Courthouse Plaza
Location: Central Business District (West 9th Street)
26-floor residential tower
Proposed


Stonebridge - Phases 6-12
Location: West bank of the Flats
1,500 homes and 935,000 square feet of office and retail space
On Hold



Cleveland State University - Visual and Performing Arts Center
Location: CSU campus
Status: Planning phase


University Hospitals expansion
Location: University Circle
$1 billion building spree - details in graphic below:



515 Euclid Tower
Location: Downtown
20+ story condo tower atop existing 7-story parking structure
Proposed


Cleveland Browns Stadium/Retractable Roof
Location: Lakefront
$90 million proposal to add retractable roof to stadium to expand functionality and attract potential Superbowl events.
Proposed


Detroit-Superior Lofts
Location: Ohio City (Detroit Ave. at West 28th)
55-unit condo project
Proposed


One Charter Place
Location: Ohio City (Detroit Ave. at West 31st)
$15 million, six-story 50-unit condo project


Mayfield Lofts
Location: Little Italy
Plans submitted to Planning Dept.



The Cliffs
Location: Along the Rocky River in Lakewood (inner-ring suburb)
$20 million, 46-unit condo project
Proposed




COMPLETED

Cleveland Museum of Art - expansion
Location: University Circle
$258 million expansion of facilities
Under construction
http://www.clevelandart.org/educef/cmabuilds/html/


Interior of new atrium - April 1, 2013:


Cleveland Convention Center and Global Center for Health Innovation (fka Medical Mart)
Location: Mall B and C (downtown)
Status: - Completed
$425 million project
http://www.clevelandmedicalmart.com/

Rendering showing Medical Mart (beige and blue building in upper center); Convention Center is located under Mall B and Mall C (grassy areas below and to right of Medical Mart):


Courtyard by Marriott - University Circle
Location: University Circle
Status: Completed 2013
$27 million hotel


Photo from November 2012, courtesy of Murray Hill @ UrbanOhio.com:


Eaton Corporation Headquarters
New 580,000 sq. ft. office building (company relocating from downtown Cleveland)
Location: Beachwood (eastern suburb)
Status: Completed

Photo from November 2012:


Museum of Contemporary Art
Location: University Circle
Status: Completed
34K sq. ft. facility - architects are Foreign Office Architects


Uptown - Phase I
Location: University Circle
Status: Completed
300+ residential units plus multiple mixed-use facilities
http://www.uptowncleveland.com/


Photo from November 2012, courtesy of Murray Hill @ UrbanOhio.com


Cleveland Casino - Phase I
Location: Public Square
96,000 square feet of gaming space in former Higbee Department Store
Status: Completed May 2012


Park Building Condominiums
Location: Downtown (Public Square)
Complete
Renovation of former office building into 26 for-sale units.
http://www.progressiveurban.com/new_construction/park/


Chicle Building and Condos
Location: Cudell neighborhood (West side)
Complete
$3.5 million project - renovation of former chewing gum factory into rental units, new construction of 36+ townhomes
http://progressiveurban.com/chicle/


Parkview Manor Restoration
Location: Playhouse Square area
Renovation of historic 199-unit residential tower (former Allerton Hotel)
Complete



Cleveland State University - Euclid Commons (New dorms)
Location: CSU campus
$65 million, five building dorm complex
Status: Completed


Photo update 06/19/11:


Veteran's Administration Hospital
Expansion including office building, care tower, and parking garage
Location: University Circle
Status: Completed

Administration building:


Photo update of Cares Tower, 04/02/11:


Photo update of Administration Building, 04/02/11:



Midtown Tech Park
Location: Midtown
128,000 office/lab space
Status: Completed Winter 2011


Tudor Arms/Doubletree Hotel
Location: University Circle
11-floor historic residential tower/renovation
Status: Completed Winter 2011
http://blog.cleveland.com/architectu..._is_bring.html


27 Coltman Townhomes
27-unit townhome project
Location: University Circle/Little Itally
Status: Completed


October 2011:


Circle 118
17-unit townhome project
Location: University Circle
Status: Completed

October 2011:


University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center
$229 million project; 375,000 sq. feet
Location: University Circle
Completed


May, 2011:


Cleveland State University - Student Center
Location: CSU campus
$55 million, 138,000-square-foot student center

Progress as of May, 2010 - photo by McCleveland from UrbanOhio.com:


Cleveland State University - Education Building
Location: CSU campus
$36 million, 90,000-square-foot building


Progress as of May 15, 2009:


Terminal Tower Restoration
Location: Downtown
Restoration/repair of 18 uppermost floors - repointing of all mortar joints, relighting tower with new equipment, restoration of cupola. Project to last several years.




668 Euclid Avenue
Location: Downtown
Completed
Conversion of former department store into 200+ residential units


Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center
$16 million; LEED-certified; 48K sq. ft. facility
Location: University Circle
Status: Completed




Tremont Place Lofts
Location: Tremont
Status: Completed
Restoration of historic printing factory into 90-120 residential units. $15 million project.


Photo from January, 2010:


Cleveland Clinic Heart Center
Location: University Circle
10-story medical structure/$500 million project
COMPLETED


COMPLETED November, 2008:


HealthLine/Euclid Corridor Project
Location: Downtown, University Circle, East Cleveland
Implementation of Bus Rapid Transit line on Euclid Avenue, including building face to building face redevelopment of streetscapes, new stations in median, traffic control systems. $170 Million project
Status: COMPLETED


Steelyard Commons
Location: Industrial Valley (former site of LTV Steel West Side Works)
1 million square foot retail "power center"
Stores open; Phase II under construction
http://www.steelyardcommons.com







Cleveland Institute of Music - expansion
Location: University Circle
$40 million project, 36,000 sq. ft. expansion including 250-seat recital hall
COMPLETED



Stonebridge Plaza
Location: Flats - West Bank
12-story residential structure/Adaptive re-use of existing industrial building
COMPLETED
http://www.progressiveurban.com/sbplaza/index.html




Completed November 2008:


Cleveland State University - Parker Hannifin Hall
Location: Eastern CBD/CSU Campus
$14 million project; new construction of new administration building and renovation of one of the original "Millionaires Row" mansions.
COMPLETED



Tremont Pointe (former Valleyview Estates)
Location: Tremont
Redevelopment of post-war low-income housing into 200+ mixed-rate residential units.
Status: Under Construction




Park Lane Villa
Location: University Circle
Status: COMPLETED
Restoration of historic hotel in 56 luxury residential units and construction of four new townhomes.

Progress as of Sept. 2007:



West 7th Townhomes
Location: Tremont
5-unit new construction
Status: COMPLETED
Image courtesy of andrew0816 from urbanohio.com:


Pinnacle
Location: Downtown (Warehouse District)
14 story (3 levels of parking, 11 condo levels) residential tower
Completed 2006
http://www.pinnacle701.com


Case Western Reserve University - Village at 115
Location: University Circle
$126 million college residential project, LEED-certified
Completed late 2005


Cleveland State University - Fenn Tower
Location: Eastern CBD
Renovation/re-use of 21-story tower built in 1930 into 438-unit college dormitory.
Completed August 2006
http://www.csuohio.edu/architect/projects/lf-0402.html

Finished photos:




Lola Bistro
Location: Downtown, East 4th Street
$1.7 million flagship restaurant for celebrity chef Michael Symon
Status: Completed - Open for business 9/25/06
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Old Posted Jan 27, 2006, 5:43 PM
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Awesome. I can't wait to be in CLE tonight.
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Cleveland's Pretty Cool. Was There For About 2 Hours For Lunch On The Way Back From Memphis. Um...and The Projects Look Pretty Good As Well.
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i don't really like the project... I'll visit Clevland in about a month and will see what they are biulding there with my own eyes
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I like a lot of these. They're not tall, but their dense and the design seems solid. Though they could limit the number of proposed buildings with curved pitched roofs. I think I saw at least four.
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I'll take the Avenue District and the "unnamed" project anyday over skyscrapers. Great projects so far.
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Cleveland is on a roll. Lots of nice projects going on their.
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Colemonkee, I think the curved roof of the four projects will be a nice alternative to flat roofing that already exists throughout the city.
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Well, the curved pitched roofline is somewhat of a trend right now - plus it's practical, given Cleveland having substantial snowfall.
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The Avenue District looks okay, and I'm not sure about the Flats project, but I'm not feeling the Steelyard Commons at all. It's just another glorified shooping center, if you ask me. Pittsburgh continually changes it's image by the minute while Cleveland makes another pinhole on a sinking ship. That's what I don't like about it.
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Thanks - this is thread is about projects in Cleveland. No one cares what you like about Pittsburgh - really, we don't. You're a broken record - get some new material.

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Wow, MayDay, nice job on the rundown. Thanks. Most of these projects are really sharp. The Flats East project is a bit of a shocker, though - an extreme makeover.

Saw the Pinnacle on my last visit to town, and it looks great in person - clean, modern, well detailed. Hope the trend continues!
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The Pinnacle reminds me of the type of flats that are being built all over South Africa at the moment...I'm fan of the architecture as well. It looks sleek and modern, and I think it always looks interesting when juxtaposed with earlier architectual styles.
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Thanks for the thread MayDay, Cleveland is on a roll.
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good job. i was considering making a compilation thread for cleveland but i had no clue where to start. although many are not above 20 stories...i do think cleveland needs to get building again. now if they would only build the ameritrust tower it would be perfect...
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some great projects that are really gonna improve the downtown, moreso than it is now! imo

thanks for the updates mayday
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MayDay, which convention proposal do you like best?
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I prefer the lakefront proposal for several reasons - it lends itself to further expansion towards the lake; it's a much less intrusive structure; and the fact that Forest City Enterprises retracted their riverfront proposal and then presented it again makes me question their motives. I should also mention that the new housing/construction in the lower portion of the Tower City/Riverfront proposal (across the river from Terminal Tower) is no longer a component.
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Stonebridge Plaza is wow. Now that is imagination. What otherwise (and most any money-grubbing developer) would be constructed as a pure "box" is turned into elevated slanting walls and waves top and bottom.
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