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Quote from: Mendo on April 04, 2014, 08:17:28 PMQuote from: yanni_gogolak on April 04, 2014, 08:15:28 PMRich in what manner?I am looking for a house in the area. I love these, but are too expensive for me.Have they even released a price?People in Ohio seem to be phased by the idea that good design has to cost a lot.
Quote from: yanni_gogolak on April 04, 2014, 08:15:28 PMRich in what manner?I am looking for a house in the area. I love these, but are too expensive for me.
Rich in what manner?
I'd say $365K-$370K is fairly up there for most Ohio folk...I believe this is the new build being discussed:http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/2140-W-17th-St-Cleveland-OH-44113/2108120470_zpid/
Quote from: MuRrAy HiLL on April 05, 2014, 12:45:07 AMI'd say $365K-$370K is fairly up there for most Ohio folk...I believe this is the new build being discussed:http://www.zillow.com/homedetails/2140-W-17th-St-Cleveland-OH-44113/2108120470_zpid/Yep, that's it! Good find.
This is for another development listed below for five townhouses, which is across Lorain Avenue from Abode's development and perched above Scranton Road! Duck Island is HOT!http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2014/02212014/index.phpCity Planning Commission Agenda for February 21, 2014LOT SPLITS/CONSOLIDATIONS 1. Lot Split for PPNs 004-02-091, 004-02-092, and 004-02-093 to support the proposed West 17th Townhouses development, at West 17th and Bradford Avenue Project Representative: Wesleigh Harper, MAKER
duck island poised for redevelopment with completion of draft neighborhood planDuck Island, a pocket neighborhood between Ohio City and Tremont that has long been inexplicably walled off from the revitalization that surrounds it, might be poised to see a surge of development -- on its own terms -- if a new plan has anything to say about it.Tremont West Development Corporation, with support from Cleveland Neighborhood Progress, hired the KSU Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative to conduct a community planning charrette last month. A draft plan is now complete. It will be presented at a community meeting in Tremont this month, and once finalized approval will be sought from the Cleveland Planning Commission.http://www.freshwatercleveland.com/devnews/duckisland011714.aspx
Five new townhouses coming......http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/bza/agenda/2014/crr07-28-2014.pdf
There's something terrible about a window-less blank wall on a residence.
That's for the Brickman development. It's no longer an Adobe project due to a falling out with a project partner.
Quote from: KJP on August 20, 2014, 10:23:12 AMThat's for the Brickman development. It's no longer an Adobe project due to a falling out with a project partner.So Brickman is doing this on his own - not under the Abode name?Solved my own question: It will be developed under the Brickhaus Partners name.Rendering and marketing material here: http://www.brickhauspartners.com/ohio-city/index.html
Anyone else notice the "two drive thrus" available? Maybe I'm crazy...but that's not typically my first thought when someone says world class in the next paragraph.
^ So it looks like the site plan changed considerably from the earlier concepts. I can't read the text but is that a 6 story apartment building fronting Lorain built above parking? If so, that's a huge improvement from the 3 story building with drive through lanes and the massive surface lot. This change may be driven by some residential hold-out properties that have appeared in this new site plan but were absent from the original.
It may already be in hand, but doesn't a zoning change also need planning commission approval?
The Ohio Burial Case Co. building at 1720 Columbus is a great building. I hope Brian Fabo, through Fabco Flats LLC, can do good things with that building.And Cleveland Centre was intended to be a European-based town center. It was laid out in the early 19th century with a starburst of streets from a central focal point that became a common market place. Remember that streets back then were places for people, not vehicles, so vendors, merchants, commodity brokers and mercantilists all gathered at confluence of streets to buy and sell things as they came in from the hinterlands of America on Ohio Canal packets before being placed on ships for Great Lakes port cities -- the most prominent of which was Lockport, NY where goods would be sent east on the Erie Canal. Cleveland Centre is where this trade happened until the canal business outgrew this area and began moving up the hill into what is now the Warehouse District -- which some claim is Cleveland's first central business district. Not true. Cleveland Centre was Cleveland's first central business district back when water transportation had little competition -- including for the mass transportation of of goods across the land!
^I like the changes, esp the larger (6 story, 200-room) apartment which will similarly (to the original proposal) front along Lorain... Also, the new "Brickhaus" name is kinda cool.
Yet another history lesson from KJP!... Man, you've gotta pull that book together capitalizing on your wealth of CLE history knowledge.