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Quote from: Confiteordeo on November 29, 2011, 04:16:12 AMMaybe it's time to resurrect this thread:http://www.urbanohio.com/forum2/index.php/topic,11901.0.htmlDONE. And not because of what I posted above, but because of what I've posted below.......EAST 22ND STREET CORRIDOR / CAMPUS DISTRICTTRANSPORTATION AND REDEVELOPMENT PLANAUGUST 2011 - DRAFTCLEVELAND, OHIOhttp://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2011/12022011/2011-08-15CampusDistrictTLCI_FINALl.pdf
Maybe it's time to resurrect this thread:http://www.urbanohio.com/forum2/index.php/topic,11901.0.html
though i'm not exactly sure what the campus district, and gray's green have to do with eachother, they are about 8 blocks away planned by different entities with different organizations pushing for each one.
I saw this building under construction today and I had no idea what it was. So I looked it up on the InterWeb....From the Ground Up: Cuyahoga Community College'sEmerging Technology and Energy Center Takes Shapeby Jason BoltzVolume 2, Issue 1, Posted 12:02 PM, 01.03.2012Envisioned to be the center for excellence in emerging technologies and sustainable systems, Cuyahoga Community College's Emerging Technology and Energy Center (or "ETEC" for short) will eventually contain 50,000 square feet of administrative offices, versitile lab high-bay spaces and classrooms for the Workforce and Economic Development Division at Cuyahoga Community College Metro Campus.Designed by Braun & Steidl Architects, the building is anticipated to achieve a LEED Gold certification and will feature sustainable concepts consistent with the curriculum that will be offered within its walls. Braun & Steidl not only participated in the site selection process for the project (ultimately recommending the location of the building at the corner of East 30th and Woodland) but was also commissioned to develop the building program, as well as assist in defining the potential curriculum, based on regional needs and emerging technology trends.SEE CONSTRUCTION PHOTOS AND RENDERINGS AT:http://campusdistrictobserver.com/read/2012/01/03/from-the-ground-up-cuyahoga-community-colleges-emerging-technology-and
I had no idea of this project either...can anyone find a total price tag on this thing?
This is great. Market rate homes, near downtown.I wonder why they could not demolish both housing projects?Hopefully they can attract some everyday retail on Central.
They are of a terrible design and experience some of the worst crime problems in the neighborhood because of it.
I think this will be a great improvement to the neighborhood. But with the old cedar homes across the street (across Central), the new units may be a tough sell as market rate new construction, no?