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I haven't seen good drawings of how this building will actually interact with the street.
I dislike the last one from the 15th -- mainly because of the "hole" in the foreground......
Ummmm....380,000 workers?? Where did they get that number?
http://www.sierraus.com/commercial/office-retail-property-flats-east-bank-cleveland/this website has further descriptions of the phase 2 plans along with another rendering of The Aloft Hotel and Ernst & Young Tower entrance plaza
thats the best rendering that shows how it will interact with main.
Quote from: ClevelandOhio on July 18, 2012, 02:34:52 AMthats the best rendering that shows how it will interact with main.By the looks of the real photo, it doesn't look like there will be any windows fronting Main (vs. as it's depicted on website).http://www.sierraus.com/commercial/office-retail-property-flats-east-bank-cleveland/
The fact that there is no window right there doesn't bother me as much as that weird concrete space between the building and the sidewalk. I can't see what that is mean to be.
I love the first two shots posted on the 12th. I dislike the last one from the 15th -- mainly because of the "hole" in the foreground......
You mean that window? See Attached.
Quote from: trav on July 18, 2012, 07:24:12 AMYou mean that window? See Attached. Exactly. A best case scenario would be retail storefronts all along there. You have to think that sidewalk between WHD and FEB will get a great deal of pedestrian activity. Plus, I can't pull it up on google, but if you look across Main St. at the lower level of the Terminal Apartments, they could also re- open up the brick for windows or maybe even storefronts.
They probably want to be somewhat away from the street to bring in natural light and mainly because they dont want their windows and building right next to a highway. I like the distance because it does allow natural light to shine in during the day, instead of making it dark 24/7