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It won’t ultimately just be a lawn, it will be a park. The design just isn’t done.

 

I have enough faith in Metrohealth that they know what they’re doing. They have been investing in the neighborhood and created a CDC to bring in new investment in West 25

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July 15, 2018 4:01 am

Potential realty project site bought Metrohealth affiliate

By STAN BULLARD

 

CCH Development Corp., the nonprofit fostered by MetroHealth to shepherd revitalization of the neighborhood surrounding its campus, has put $1.3 million into buying what's seen as a key parcel in redeveloping West 25th Street.

 

The grass-covered field on West 25th stretching between Trowbridge and Woodbridge avenues across the street from MetroHealth's campus consisted of 13 parcels that CCH bought July 2. The site covers 2 acres,

which is significant in urban development terms.

 

Tina Arundel, MetroHealth spokeswoman, said the year-old CCH has little to say about the site because its plans are just starting to be developed.

 

"CCH is committed to the development of the West 25th Street corridor," Arundel said.

 

MORE:

http://www.crainscleveland.com/article/20180715/news/168311/potential-realty-project-site-bought-metrohealth-affiliate

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^Well, I guess it's nice that someone finally bought the Wong site for their asking price. Not really sure that the land was actually worth that much, but hopefully that means something will actually be built here.

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3023 Clark is the the double-bay window building left of center. Little victories....

 

NEAR WEST DESIGN REVIEW

 

NW2018-005 - Facade Renovation of 2 Story Mixed-Use Building: Seeking Final Approval

Project Address: 3023 Clark Avenue

Project Representative: J. Michael Meyer, Architect

 

http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2018/09072018/index.php

 

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The other side of the street is Tremont and north of the tracks is Ohio City. This development will help add some density to this low-density (save for the Nestle plant) stretch of West 25th and will move the Front Steps shelter out of the way of the Irishtown Bend Park.....

 

http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2018/PDF/NW_Agenda-10_10_18.pdf

9:00 a.m. 3. NW 2017-01 St. Joseph’s Commons – Final Approval (C) Project Representative – Greg Baron, PIRHL Final review and approval a 4-story, 60-unit permanent supportive housing project.

 

CPC design-review notes: http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/brd/detailDR.php?ID=2381&CASE=NW 2017-001

 

 

 

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Can someone help me understand this? A company created less than a year ago and called TAC Holding Co LLC bought 17 parcels on Oct. 30-31 for $1 million on West 25th, Wade and Seymour, just south of I-90. The purchases were made in five smaller groupings, apparently so as to not attract attention. The incorporator of TAC Holding is a young veterinarian from Tremont Animal Clinic named Katheryn McCoy. Now, I know being a vet pays an OK salary. But enough to buy mostly vacant properties for $1 million?

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Perhaps the Tremont Animal Clinic (the source of the name TAC Holding Co) is going to move? It may have outgrown its current site, 3148 West 14th Street. Tremont Animal Clinic opened only four years ago and their website shows a pretty large staff (18 full-time equivalents) for such a new business. The current site is owned by Sandy Banks LLC which, in turn, was incorporated by someone named Thomas Leneghan. 

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See the Tremont thread:

 

 

 

http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2018/08172018/CPC-Agenda081718.pdf

 

NW2018-015 – Tremont Animal Clinic New Construction: Seeking Final Approval
Project Address: 2885 West 25th Street
Project Representatives: *, Osborn Engineering


http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/brd/detailDR.php?ID=2889&CASE=NW 2018-020

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Just now, Mendo said:

See the Tremont thread:

 

 

 

http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2018/08172018/CPC-Agenda081718.pdf

 

NW2018-015 – Tremont Animal Clinic New Construction: Seeking Final Approval
Project Address: 2885 West 25th Street
Project Representatives: *, Osborn Engineering


http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/brd/detailDR.php?ID=2889&CASE=NW 2018-020

 

I thought that sounded familiar! It should -- I posted it! 🙂 Except I posted it in the wrong thread as the area south of I-90 isn't Tremont. Their property acquisition budget is what blew me away. Especially since they bought three times as much land as they proposed to build the clinic on. At least they can expand without having to move again!

 

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Tremont Animal Clinic new site.JPG

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I don't know how accurate Google Maps is, but it shows the eastern side of W. 25th to Clark as Tremont. Not that it matters I guess, these border projects benefit both neighborhoods.

 

Just now, YO to the CLE said:

I actually really like the design. I swear if they tear down that historic building at W 25th and Wade though...

 

Agreed. Who knows what their long term plans are. Though, the SOP in Cleveland is to let it deteriorate for years, then complain that it's too expensive to maintain or renovate and must come down.

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Contrast that to the building on the SE corner of West 25th and Seymour. A windowless f--- you to the neighborhood....

 

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