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While not limited to Glenville, this authorizes the city to take actions, seek grants, etc. to make East 105th/Woodhill/93rd a much more pedestrian friendly street.....

 

Ordinance No. 700-2019(Ward 2/Councilmember Bishop; Ward 4/Councilmember Johnson; Ward 6/Councilmember Griffin; Ward 7/Councilmember B. Jones; Ward 9/Councilmember Conwell; Ward 10/Councilmember Hairston): Giving consent of the City of Cleveland to the Director of Transportation of the State of Ohio for constructing the complete streets project along the East 93rd Street/Woodhill Road/East 105th Street corridor; to apply for and accept any gifts or grants for this purpose from any public or private entity; authorizing professional services, agreements with public and private entities, and any relative agreements; authorizing the Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies to acquire, accept, and record for right-of-way purposes any real property and easements necessary to make the improvement; and causing payment to ODOT of Cleveland's share of the improvement.

http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2019/06212019/index.php


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22 hours ago, Oldmanladyluck said:

New project for Glenville- E. 120th/Ashbury Townhomes.  Nice to see momentum coming from University Circle north along E. 105th.  

 

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Not a huge fan of the design.

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2 hours ago, KFM44107 said:

Like the design, hate the materials chosen for that design though.

I can agree with that, on Ashbury with so many classic brick apartments, brick townhomes would have been much more appropriate here.

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I think this is testing the market so I don’t blame them for trying to keep costs down through material choice. If these do well and the area continues to build up I could see future projects incorporating brick and other higher cost materials. 

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Yeah, I'd have to think there are some pretty serious limits on overall costs for that area.  It's great to see projects like this going up around that area.

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The hiding of the parking and the entire site plan is due to the hard work of a select few in City Planning and Community Development at City Hall.

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30 minutes ago, w28th said:

The hiding of the parking and the entire site plan is due to the hard work of a select few in City Planning and Community Development at City Hall.

I appreciate that. I work for city government. People don't understand the struggle of getting good outcomes from developers. But hey, if we would just pass a form based code the outcomes would be easy. 

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I like the small little green area in the parking lot. It says shaded green space if my eyes are correct , but I think it would be nice if it were maybe some sort of rain retention/rain garden as well? Is there pricing available on these?

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Note that this in Glenville, not UC....

 

3 hours ago, gg707 said:

New group of houses proposed north of University Circle: http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2019/PDF/NE_Agenda_7-16-19.pdf

 

2. NE 2019-028 – Orville-Lee Single Family Homes – New Construction (N) Location: 10702 Orville Ave Seeking schematic approval for 8 single-family homes and a pedestrian connector. Project Representative: Westleigh Harper, Horton Harper Architects

 

With Horton Harper's involvement, these might be fairly nice.

 


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