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A lot to digest...one thing I am happy to see it that the plan is to deal with that parking lot between Crile and E 105 sooner (some time in the next two years) rather than later. I hope the greening of this space includes (obviously it will) removal of all that hideous chain link fencing. This lot is a real embarrassment given it's prominent location.
Hi all. I hope it's not poor form to post a link to one of my own stories here, but it seems pertinent to this discussion to mention that the PD ran a separate article about the Euclid Avenue Church of God and the Church of the Transfiguration today: http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2012/01/historic_churches_near_clevela.html
You may be happy to know I read the PRINT version of your article!
The one story U.S. Bank building seems to be getting demolished (9701 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH)Praise Jesus if this is true!
Can't think of a more worthless "master plan" than the one Norman Foster has produced for the clinic...
And I thought brutalism was just a style!
It was posted today that the Chester lots will soon be closing for construction. It looks like the area behind the defunked B of A (possibly including that space as well) will soon cease to be a surface lot.
On Friday, April 6th, spaces on the south side of the Chester Lot will close for construction. Thus will eventually create more available parking fir those assigned to te lot. The last day you will be able to park in this area is April 5th. Only the north section of the lot will be available beginning friday....