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« Reply #35 on: May 28, 2015, 10:17:31 AM »
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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #36 on: May 28, 2015, 10:17:49 PM »
This has been covered someplace on UO already.  It's the owners of Platform Brewery, they are making a large contract brewing facility where they can brew large batches for expanding microbreweries.

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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #37 on: June 01, 2015, 04:12:04 PM »
"Near future redevelopment"? I don't remember seeing that kind of language used in an agenda listing before....

http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2015/pdf/NW_Meeting_Agenda5-27-15.pdf

Near West Design Review District
Agenda
(8:30 a.m., Wednesday, May 27th, 2015)
Dollar Bank, 3115 West 25th Street

8:30 a.m. 1. NW 2015-012: 3217 W. 25th Street & 2411 Holmden Ave. Demolitions
(C)
3217 W. 25th Street & 2411 Holmden Avenue
Project Representatives – Nagi Abdelkarim, Property Owner; Adam Stalder,
Stockyard-Clark-Fulton-Brooklyn Centre Community Development
Organization
Proposed demolition of a 2-story, mixed use building and adjacent single-family
residential structure, per City of Cleveland specifications. Remaining land will be
cleared, graded and seeded for near future redevelopment.
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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #38 on: June 01, 2015, 04:38:49 PM »
"Near future redevelopment"? I don't remember seeing that kind of language used in an agenda listing before....

http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2015/pdf/NW_Meeting_Agenda5-27-15.pdf

Near West Design Review District
Agenda
(8:30 a.m., Wednesday, May 27th, 2015)
Dollar Bank, 3115 West 25th Street

8:30 a.m. 1. NW 2015-012: 3217 W. 25th Street & 2411 Holmden Ave. Demolitions
(C)
3217 W. 25th Street & 2411 Holmden Avenue
Project Representatives – Nagi Abdelkarim, Property Owner; Adam Stalder,
Stockyard-Clark-Fulton-Brooklyn Centre Community Development
Organization
Proposed demolition of a 2-story, mixed use building and adjacent single-family
residential structure, per City of Cleveland specifications. Remaining land will be
cleared, graded and seeded for near future redevelopment.

Thanks for the heads up. I'm curious about this He has owned the adjacent parcels for at least 10 years. Wonder what he's interested in. One of the adjacent parcels that he owns had a small convenient store in it which closed shortly after the owner was (fatally?) shot in a robbery in 2001/2003.

3217 was also the location of 'Sam's showbar' which I was a strip club.

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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #39 on: June 01, 2015, 05:14:37 PM »
Looks like a graphics communications union based in Cincinnati owns the building next door, at 3227 West 25th. Parcels south of that are owned by Nagi Abdelkarim.
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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #40 on: June 23, 2015, 08:40:01 AM »
While DSDC submitted the application for the west-side project (it serves Stockyards & Brooklyn Centre), it's not in Detroit-Shoreway....

Low-income housing tax credits pave way for two residential projects in Cleveland
June 22, 2015
By STAN BULLARD   

The Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization and Cleveland Housing Network plan to undertake housing projects in Cleveland after receiving allocations of U.S. low-income housing tax credits administered by the Ohio Housing Finance Agency.

Detroit Shoreway and Cleveland Housing Network announced separately on Friday, June 19, that they had received allocations that will allow them to undertake, respectively, a $9 million conversion of the former Lion Knitting Mills Building, on West 25th Street at Meyer Avenue, and to construct an apartment for the elderly dubbed “Heritage Housing” on a site on East 97th Street north of Chester Avenue.

Lion Knitting will be converted into 36 loft-style units with affordable rents. The structure dates from 1919 and housed a garment firm that closed in 1990. Detroit Shoreway’s news release noted support from Dr. Akram Boutros, CEO of MetroHealth, and that of other officials as helpful in securing the award.

MORE
http://www.crainscleveland.com/article/20150622/NEWS/150629969/low-income-housing-tax-credits-pave-way-for-two-residential-projects

EDIT: here's the building. It's the largest building still standing in this stretch of West 25th. Hopefully more will spring up soon, especially in the big vacant lot across West 25th...

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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #41 on: June 30, 2015, 09:54:17 PM »
A small project, but a big victory in having a building renovated rather than demolished. This heavily Latino stretch of Fulton, although low/working-class, is active and populated so more affordable housing is a good thing. The building is the two-story box-shaped structure with white siding...

http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2015/pdf/NWAgenda6-24-15.pdf

Near West Design Review District
Agenda
(8:30 a.m., Wednesday, June 24th, 2015)
Dollar Bank, 3115 West 25th Street

8:30 a.m. 1. NW 2015-019: Residential Adaptive Re-Use Project (C)
3272 Fulton Road
Project Representatives – T. Michael Tomsik, RA, LEED AP, Project
Architect; Steve Mazzone, Property Owner
Proposed adaptive re-use of a vacant 2-story former commercial stores & suites
building into a 3-dwelling unit apartment building. Project will save the structure
from demolition.

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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #42 on: July 01, 2015, 05:34:13 PM »
More details on the Lion Knitting development from a non-copyrighted blog/press release....

http://brian-cummins.blogspot.com/2015/06/new-tax-credit-project-funded-in-clark.html?m=1

DETROIT SHOREWAY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT OFFICE

For Immediate Release
Contact: Greg Baron
gbaron@dscdo.org
 cell:  (216) 409-4801
June 19, 2015

Clark-Fulton, Cleveland, OH - The Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDO) is pleased to announce that the Lofts at Lion Mills project has been awarded Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) funding for 2015 by the Ohio Housing Finance Agency.

 The project is one of only three projects in Cuyahoga County to receive LIHTC funding for 2015. DSCDO is the only real estate developer in Cleveland, both non-profit and private, to receive LIHTC funding three years in a row.

 The $9 million project is an adaptive reuse of a mostly vacant commercial structure to create thirty-six (36) loft-style units with affordable rents. Additional amenities include eighteen (18) parking spaces, an elevator, a laundry facility, a community room, and open-concept floor plans.

 The building was originally constructed for the Lion Knitting Mills in 1919, which produced knitted goods for the military and private labels for 78 years. Due to foreign competition, the company closed down in 1990.

 The building was later occupied by Kredo Industrial Supply and has since been used primarily for storage. The building is scheduled to be added to the National Register of Historic Places and federal historic tax credits will help finance the rehabilitation.

 The building is located at the intersection of West 25th Street and Meyer Avenue, two blocks north of MetroHealth Hospital, the largest employer on the West Side of Cleveland with 6,000 jobs, and will support MetroHealth’s $1.2 billion campus transformation.

 Other recent investments on West 25th Street
•$50 million Nestlé Professional™North America expansion, which retains a Fortune 500 company and its 200 jobs in the community;
•$1.5 million Aragon Ballroom project which will turn the historic ballroom into a banquet center for weddings and corporate events;
•$200,000 "W25 Big Gig" project by One Community which will bring high speed fiber optic cable to the West 25th Street/Pearl Road Corridor from Detroit Avenue to State Road (funding for the project is provided by Councilmen Cummins, Cimperman, Brancatelli, and Kelley).
 
Lofts at Lion Mills, 3256 West 25th Street, Cleveland Ohio 44109

The Lofts at Lion Mills is at the southern end of the La Villa Hispana (“The Hispanic Village”) district which is centered around the West 25th St. & Clark Ave. intersection. The neighborhood has the highest density Latino population in the State of Ohio, and project partners in developing La Villa Hispana include the Hispanic Business Center, the Hispanic Alliance, MetroHealth, the Stockyard, Clark-Fulton & Brooklyn Centre Community Development Office (SCFBC) and others.
 
 Mayor Frank Jackson designated the Lofts at Lion Mills project as one of three citywide “priority” projects recommended to the Ohio Housing Finance Agency for low income housing tax credits. This designation helped the project receive bonus points in scoring.

 The support of Dr. Akram Boutros, President and Chief Executive Officer of MetroHealth, was also critical to the project receiving funding. Councilman Brian Cummins has played a key role in the development of this project through his leadership and funding in helping DSCDO open a satellite office in July 2010 on Fulton Road to serve the neighborhoods of Stockyards, Clark-Fulton, and Brooklyn Centre.

 Councilman Cummins and the SCFBC community development office have helped get 300 vacant and abandoned houses demolished in the past 5 years, and another 100 vacant and abandoned houses rehabbed. 

 The Lofts at Lion Mills will help to advance an estimated $100 million in improvements (in addition to MetroHealth’s campus renewal) currently underway in the neighborhood.
 
Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization
The Gordon Square Arcade Atrium, 6516 Detroit Avenue, Suite 1
Cleveland, OH  44102-3057
(216) 961-4242 ex 224 (216) 961-8830 fax
www.detroitshoreway.org

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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #43 on: July 15, 2015, 09:09:04 PM »
I would love to know more about this. Sounds like a guideplan designed around this academy, and a very creative and comprehensive one. Whatever attracts new, creative populations to our city....

http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2015/07172015/index.php

City Planning Commission
Agenda for July 17, 2015

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS
The Dream Neighborhood
Presenter: Anthony Bango, Detroit Shoreway CDO













If you go to the link for the above graphic -- http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2015/07172015/image/Dream_Neighborhood_06.jpg -- you can scroll through the rest of the presentation by clicking the right-arrow to the lower-left of the image. The last image in the presentation is image 11.
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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #44 on: July 17, 2015, 08:12:45 AM »
FYI...

Dream Neighborhood aims to weave refugee housing into West Side neighborhoods

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Kat Oberst Ledger and her husband, Art, recall when West 48thStreet teemed with drug dealers and sounds of gunfire peppered the night. Now their street, near the intersection of Cleveland's Stockyards and Clark-Fulton neighborhoods, is quiet at sundown. Empty houses sit, windows boarded, awaiting demolition. A hummingbird sanctuary and gardens have sprung up on vacant lots.

During the last decade, the Ledgers say, the neighborhood has improved. It also has emptied out, thanks to foreclosures, abandonment and urban decay. But the Ledgers could be welcoming new neighbors – hailing from places as far-flung as Bhutan, Somalia and Ukraine – over the next few years,

http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2015/07/dream_neighborhood_aims_to_wea.html#incart_river_mobileshort


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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #45 on: July 18, 2015, 09:08:40 AM »
I would love to know more about this. Sounds like a guideplan designed around this academy, and a very creative and comprehensive one. Whatever attracts new, creative populations to our city....

http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2015/07172015/index.php

City Planning Commission
Agenda for July 17, 2015

SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS
The Dream Neighborhood
Presenter: Anthony Bango, Detroit Shoreway CDO

If you go to the link for the above graphic -- http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2015/07172015/image/Dream_Neighborhood_06.jpg -- you can scroll through the rest of the presentation by clicking the right-arrow to the lower-left of the image. The last image in the presentation is image 11.
That's awesome!
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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #46 on: July 28, 2015, 01:23:24 PM »
Cross-posted in Restaurants, Local Events, & Entertainment thread

The Stockyard, Clark-Fulton, and Brooklyn Centre Community Development Office would like to invite you to a Luncheon with Dr. Akram Boutros, CEO of the MetroHealth System.  The event will include lunch, a presentation by Dr. Boutros, Q&A, and networking opportunities.  The luncheon is a unique opportunity to meet and hear Dr. Boutros speak about his visions for the future of the hospital and our community.

For more information, please visit the event posting here.

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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #47 on: August 16, 2015, 09:51:49 PM »
"State-of-the art" replaces "antiquated" when new Max Hayes career high school opens Tuesday
By Patrick O'Donnell, The Plain Dealer
on August 16, 2015 at 6:30 AM, updated August 16, 2015 at 9:46 AM

CLEVELAND, Ohio - Kelly Wittman jokes that she should have a golf cart or Segway to move around the new Max Hayes career training high school.

The school, after all, is 550 feet from end to end - almost two football fields long and almost all on the ground floor.

As principal, Wittman will open the new school Tuesday that skips the three-story design of the old Max Hayes High School for one that avoids the challenges of hauling heavy equipment and supplies up stairs or an elevator.

MORE:
http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2015/08/state-of-the_art_replaces_anti.html
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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #48 on: August 17, 2015, 12:59:17 PM »
I saw this in the board of zoning agenda for August 31. The address points to an existing 2-story brick building on Clark. The agenda requests a variance along W 65th and the existing building doesn't stretch anywhere near the interection. So this is clearly new construction. I just hope it isn't some crappy dollar store or auto parts store with a parking lot and rear entrance. The area isn't exactly booming so I am not expecting much.

http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/bza/agenda/2015/crr08-31-2015.pdf

9:30 Ward 3
Calendar No. 15-172: 6605 Clark Avenue Joe Cimperman
23 Notices
MAP Partnership, owner, proposes to erect a new retail store in a C2 Local Retail Business District
and a B3 General Industry District. The owner appeals for relief from the following sections of the
Cleveland Codified Ordinances:
1. Section 357.07 which states that a 10’ setback is required along Clark Avenue and a 0’ setback is proposed.
2. Section 357.05(a) which states that a 5’ setback along W. 65th Street is required and a 0’ setback is proposed.
3. Section 352.10 which states that a 6 foot wide landscape strip is required along W. 65th St. where the parking abuts the street and 5.97’ is proposed.
4. Section 343.18(d) which states that the maximum width of a driveway shall be 30’ with a curb cut of not more than 60’ ; 37’ and 32’ are proposed on W. 65th St. and Clark Ave. respectively. (filed August 5, 2015)

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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #49 on: August 17, 2015, 02:03:11 PM »
I saw this in the board of zoning agenda for August 31. The address points to an existing 2-story brick building on Clark. The agenda requests a variance along W 65th and the existing building doesn't stretch anywhere near the interection. So this is clearly new construction. I just hope it isn't some crappy dollar store or auto parts store with a parking lot and rear entrance. The area isn't exactly booming so I am not expecting much.

http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/bza/agenda/2015/crr08-31-2015.pdf

9:30 Ward 3
Calendar No. 15-172: 6605 Clark Avenue Joe Cimperman
23 Notices
MAP Partnership, owner, proposes to erect a new retail store in a C2 Local Retail Business District
and a B3 General Industry District. The owner appeals for relief from the following sections of the
Cleveland Codified Ordinances:
1. Section 357.07 which states that a 10’ setback is required along Clark Avenue and a 0’ setback is proposed.
2. Section 357.05(a) which states that a 5’ setback along W. 65th Street is required and a 0’ setback is proposed.
3. Section 352.10 which states that a 6 foot wide landscape strip is required along W. 65th St. where the parking abuts the street and 5.97’ is proposed.
4. Section 343.18(d) which states that the maximum width of a driveway shall be 30’ with a curb cut of not more than 60’ ; 37’ and 32’ are proposed on W. 65th St. and Clark Ave. respectively. (filed August 5, 2015)

Yes. http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/brd/detailDR.php?ID=1705&CASE=NW%202014-028

See: http://www.urbanohio.com/forum2/index.php/topic,2597.msg745280.html#msg745280

KJP, in your message (that I linked above), you mentioned it was the reputed mobster; I presume the discrepancy in spelling (colombo in the Zoning docket, and Columbo in your article - http://www.americanmafia.com/Feature_Articles_16.html ) is just an error?


PS, mods may want to merge this topic with http://www.urbanohio.com/forum2/index.php/topic,2597.0.html
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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #50 on: August 17, 2015, 02:06:05 PM »
The Dollar Store will be across the street...

http://www.urbanohio.com/forum2/index.php/topic,2597.msg745280.html#msg745280

Oops, posted too late. BTW could that thread be combined with this one?
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« Reply #51 on: September 19, 2015, 06:27:11 AM »

the last of the original structures at the 4-way Clark Ave & Fultion Rd  intersecton has been down for a while now (Zannoni's). 60s/70s facadomized but original structure
A (?) Rally's w drive thru looks to be almost complete. unfortunatley the intersection namesake of the Clark-Fulton neighborhood now is as auto-centric and suburban looking as somewhere out in Macedonia. Big parking lots in front of a Rite Aid, Walgreens, a gas station and now a fast food drive thru.
this is what happens without "gentrification."
At least (just away from the intersection) Mazzone & sons italian bakery still prospers

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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #52 on: October 07, 2015, 12:46:01 PM »
Interesting sale, especially the name of the company that bought the building and adjoining parking lot. Are they going to market Metro Lofts as a residential building for MetroHealth employees? Med Cleveland LLC lists to a Columbus lawyer named Robert Erlanger....

3307 SCRANTON RD
CLEVELAND
Sales Date   9/16/2015
Amount   $1,500,000
Buyer   MED CLEVELAND LLC
Seller   METRO LOFTS, LLC
Deed type   WARRANTY D
Land value   $51,900
Building value   $184,600
Total value   $236,500
Parcel   008-16-011
Property   Apartments 20 39 units (walk up)

2113 CORNING AVE
CLEVELAND
Sales Date   9/16/2015
Amount   $1,500,000
Buyer   MED CLEVELAND LLC
Seller   METRO LOFTS, INC
Deed type   WARRANTY D
Land value   $5,700
Building value   $0
Total value   $5,700
Parcel   008-16-101
Property   Apartments 20 39 units (walk up)
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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #53 on: October 07, 2015, 01:21:51 PM »
"State-of-the art" replaces "antiquated" when new Max Hayes career high school opens Tuesday
By Patrick O'Donnell, The Plain Dealer
on August 16, 2015 at 6:30 AM, updated August 16, 2015 at 9:46 AM

CLEVELAND, Ohio - Kelly Wittman jokes that she should have a golf cart or Segway to move around the new Max Hayes career training high school.

The school, after all, is 550 feet from end to end - almost two football fields long and almost all on the ground floor.

As principal, Wittman will open the new school Tuesday that skips the three-story design of the old Max Hayes High School for one that avoids the challenges of hauling heavy equipment and supplies up stairs or an elevator.

MORE:
http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2015/08/state-of-the_art_replaces_anti.html
I'm late but they hit a home run with CSA but struck out with this building.

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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #54 on: October 07, 2015, 01:55:15 PM »
While it may not be the most architecturally interesting, it definitely will do well to serve its intended purpose.  That said, they could have given it a "stylish industrial" appearance to further its role as a vocational training institution.

And I agree... the Cleveland School of the Arts is simply gorgeous.

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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #55 on: November 10, 2015, 01:49:21 PM »
This is one block south of Clark Avenue just west of West 73rd......

Cleveland Planning Commission
Nov. 12, 2015

Halle Elementary School: Case 15-073
7900 Halle Avenue
Demolition and new construction









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« Reply #56 on: December 07, 2015, 05:40:56 PM »
While DSDC submitted the application for the west-side project (it serves Stockyards & Brooklyn Centre), it's not in Detroit-Shoreway....

Low-income housing tax credits pave way for two residential projects in Cleveland
June 22, 2015
By STAN BULLARD   

The Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization and Cleveland Housing Network plan to undertake housing projects in Cleveland after receiving allocations of U.S. low-income housing tax credits administered by the Ohio Housing Finance Agency.

Detroit Shoreway and Cleveland Housing Network announced separately on Friday, June 19, that they had received allocations that will allow them to undertake, respectively, a $9 million conversion of the former Lion Knitting Mills Building, on West 25th Street at Meyer Avenue, and to construct an apartment for the elderly dubbed “Heritage Housing” on a site on East 97th Street north of Chester Avenue.

Lion Knitting will be converted into 36 loft-style units with affordable rents. The structure dates from 1919 and housed a garment firm that closed in 1990. Detroit Shoreway’s news release noted support from Dr. Akram Boutros, CEO of MetroHealth, and that of other officials as helpful in securing the award.

MORE
http://www.crainscleveland.com/article/20150622/NEWS/150629969/low-income-housing-tax-credits-pave-way-for-two-residential-projects

EDIT: here's the building. It's the largest building still standing in this stretch of West 25th. Hopefully more will spring up soon, especially in the big vacant lot across West 25th...



http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/landmark/agenda/2015/12102015/index.php

Cleveland Landmarks Commission
CITY HALL - ROOM 514 - 9:00 AM
AGENDA - December 10, 2015

CERTIFICATES OF APPROPRIATENESS
Photo Gallery
1. Lofts at Lion Mills: Case 15-076
3256 West 25th Street
Renovation

A few of the images posted at the link above. Floor plans are among the graphics provided there...





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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #57 on: December 07, 2015, 09:26:44 PM »
I'm really glad to see this project and things happening further down 25th, south of the freeway. I'd love to see more around 25th and Clark too. One of my favorite intersections being that it's one of the few "complete intersections" with buildings built up to the sidewalk on all corners.

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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #58 on: December 16, 2015, 03:26:39 PM »
Unfortunately, Lion Knitting Mills didn't win a historic tax credit in this round. Hope they stick with that project!

http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2015/12/six_cleveland_projects_includi.html#incart_river_home_pop
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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #59 on: December 16, 2015, 03:30:00 PM »
Meanwhile, a small construction project nearby IS moving forward.....

http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2015/12182015/index.php

City Planning Commission
Agenda for December 18, 2015

NEAR WEST DESIGN REVIEW
NW2015-033 – Proposed Demolition of a 1-Story Industrial Building and 1-Story Garage Structure and the Fresenius Medical Care Facility New Construction: Seeking Final Approval
Project Address: 3280 West 25th Street
Project Representative: Dave DiFrancesco, Herman Gibans Fodor Architects





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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #60 on: December 16, 2015, 03:35:19 PM »
Unfortunately, Lion Knitting Mills didn't win a historic tax credit in this round. Hope they stick with that project!

http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2015/12/six_cleveland_projects_includi.html#incart_river_home_pop
The project is still moving forward.
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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #61 on: December 16, 2015, 03:39:20 PM »
Don't you hate when you know something about a project and can't say anything about it...or probably shouldn't say anything about it.

Just speak in hypotheticals.
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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #62 on: December 16, 2015, 03:40:57 PM »
@SixthCity - Changed my mind, but decided to be super vague.

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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #63 on: January 12, 2016, 09:47:00 AM »
First Landmarks Commission meeting of the new year....

CITY HALL - ROOM 514 - 9:00 AM
AGENDA - January 14, 2016

Lion Knitting Mills: Case 15-076
3256 West 25th Street
Renovation


EDIT: Looks like a postponement of the hearing I posted above, at:
http://www.urbanohio.com/forum2/index.php/topic,29115.msg781938.html#msg781938
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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #64 on: January 28, 2016, 02:22:00 PM »
Surprised this variance for Lion Knitting Mills wasn't taken care of already....

http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/bza/agenda/2016/crr02-08-2016.pdf

Board of Zoning Appeals
FEBRUARY 8, 2016
9:30
Calendar No. 16-012: 3256 West 25 St. Ward 14
Brian Cummins

James Denkins Trustee, owner, and Detroit Shoreway Development Corporation, prospective
purchaser propose to change use of a factory and office building to 36 apartment units in a C1
General Retail Business District and a Pedestrian Retail Overlay District. The owner appeals for relief
from the following sections of the Cleveland Codified Ordinances:
1. Section 349.04(f) which states that 24 off-street parking spaces are required and 18 spaces
are proposed.
2. Section 355.04 which states that the permitted maximum gross floor area allowed is equal to
½ the lot area which is 14,496 square feet in this case and 52,034 square feet are proposed.
3. Section 357.08 which states that the rear yard requirement is equal to ½ the height of the
main building or in this case 48 feet and the proposed depth is 9 feet. (January 22, 2016)
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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #65 on: April 05, 2016, 10:20:07 PM »
This property just sold in March...
http://www.propertyshark.com/mason/Property/30637266/3280-W-25-St-Cleveland-OH-44109/

For a rather princely sum...

3280 W 25 ST
CLEVELAND
Sales Date   3/16/2016
Amount   $865,000
Buyer   COP FARNSWORTH, LLC
Seller   N.G.N. INVESTMENTS, L.L.C.
Deed type   LIMITED WA
Land value   $132,100
Building value   $33,500
Total value   $165,600
Parcel   015-05-005
Property   Other commercial structures
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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #66 on: June 13, 2016, 12:10:50 PM »
http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2016/pdf/NW_Agenda_6-8-16.pdf

Board of Zoning Appeals
JUNE 20, 2016

8:30 a.m. 1. NW 2016-022: Commercial Building Demolition (C)
3025 West 25th Street
Project Representative: Ayonna Donald, City of Cleveland Department of
Building & Housing, Demolition Bureau
Proposed forthwith demolition of a two-story brick commercial structure that has
been condemned since July 2014. Following demolition per City of Cleveland
specifications, the remaining land will be cleared, graded and seeded with grass.

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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #67 on: June 13, 2016, 01:36:15 PM »
http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2016/pdf/NW_Agenda_6-8-16.pdf

Board of Zoning Appeals
JUNE 20, 2016

8:30 a.m. 1. NW 2016-022: Commercial Building Demolition (C)
3025 West 25th Street
Project Representative: Ayonna Donald, City of Cleveland Department of
Building & Housing, Demolition Bureau
Proposed forthwith demolition of a two-story brick commercial structure that has
been condemned since July 2014. Following demolition per City of Cleveland
specifications, the remaining land will be cleared, graded and seeded with grass.


Building has been a mobile phone/pager store in some capacity for nearly 20 years. I remember the old store had their slogan in large print, above the door: "no one else will sell you a beeper cheaper"

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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #68 on: June 15, 2016, 12:43:52 PM »
Cleveland Planning Commission
Agenda for June 17, 2016

Resolution No. 725-16(Ward 14/Councilmember Cummins): Declaring the intent to vacate a portion of Southpoint Drive S.W., Eglindale Avenue S.W., West 17th Street, West 22nd Place and Ginger Court.

While there's a stretch of West 17th north of the MetroHealth campus, it looks like the West 17th to be vacated is right next to View Road and Ginger Court might be between Aiken and Eglindale avenues...
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Re: Cleveland: Clark-Metro-Stockyards Developments
« Reply #69 on: June 28, 2016, 10:28:41 PM »
Love the J&F project!

Joseph & Feiss factory revamp, 7 other Northeast Ohio projects win preservation tax credits (photos)
http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2016/06/joseph_feiss_factory_revamp_7.html
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