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Two cranes are in UC, one is for this.....

 

The city block-sized CWRU-Cleveland Clinic Health Education Campus building:

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"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!" -- Lady Liberty

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This is for the new parking deck between Euclid and Carnegie. Odd that this wasn't part of the original approvals for the parking deck. Parking decks, enclosed walkways and other things that kill sidewalk urbanism....

 

http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2016/11182016/index.php

 

Ordinance No. 1282-16(Ward 6/Councilmember Mitchell): Authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to enter into a maintenance, inspection, and repair agreement and to issue an encroachment permit, either separately or in combination with the agreement, to The Cleveland Clinic Foundation to encroach into the public rights-of-way over East 105th Street and Wilbur Avenue by installing, using and maintaining pedestrian bridges.


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This is for the new parking deck between Euclid and Carnegie. Odd that this wasn't part of the original approvals for the parking deck. Parking decks, enclosed walkways and other things that kill sidewalk urbanism....

 

http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/designreview/drcagenda/2016/11182016/index.php

 

Ordinance No. 1282-16(Ward 6/Councilmember Mitchell): Authorizing the Director of Capital Projects to enter into a maintenance, inspection, and repair agreement and to issue an encroachment permit, either separately or in combination with the agreement, to The Cleveland Clinic Foundation to encroach into the public rights-of-way over East 105th Street and Wilbur Avenue by installing, using and maintaining pedestrian bridges.

 

When you get out on the peripheries of the CC complex, this might not be a bad idea.  The other option is what Baltimore does with Johns Hopkins, an extremely heavy police presence.

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http://planning.city.cleveland.oh.us/bza/agenda/2017/crr04-24-2017.pdf

 

Board of Zoning Appeals

APRIL 24, 2017

 

9:30

Calendar No. 17-70: 10500 Cedar Ave. Ward 6

Mamie J. Mitchell

24 Notices

Cleveland Clinic, owner, proposes to erect the core and shell of a new two-story building with a

parking lot in a C1 Multi-Family Residential, a C2 General Retail Business District and a D3 SemiIndustry

District. The owner appeals for relief from the strict application of the following sections of

the Cleveland Codified Ordinances:

1. Section 337.08 which states that Office use is not permitted in a Multi-Family Residential

District but first permitted in Local Retail Business with no more than five workers and first

permitted in Gen Retail Business District without this restriction.

2. Section 323.03 which states that the minimum area required for accessory off-street parking

spaces is 180 square feet and the proposed spaces are 144 square feet.

3. Sections 352.08 through 352.12 which states that an 8 foot wide landscaped transition strip

is required where a General Retail Business District and a Semi-Industry District abut a MultiFamily

Residential District.

4. Section 352.10(a)(1) which states that 6 foot wide landscape frontage strips are required.

5. Section 352.10(E) which states that island strips shall have a minimum area of 100 square feet

each and shall be separated by no more than 20 parking spaces. (Filed March 16, 2017)

 


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How about a view from the air as my kid was visiting in ENT doctor in the Crile Building? It's a view of the 300,000 sq ft Health Education Center being built jointly by the Cleveland Clinic and Case Western Reserve University. The Upper Chester development of apartments and retail is on the far right. That's the East Mt. Zion Baptist Church in the foreground.


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Work was recently done on the lots marked in red. Although the buildings had been demolished some time ago, the land here has all been leveled in the last two weeks. I originally thought it was all to be parking lot for the Clinic; however, I have been told they are prepping it for apartments over ground floor retail. No idea when any sort of actual construction is to start, but that is the plan for these lots as part of the "redevelopment" of the Fairfax neighborhood.

 

Edit: I guess this should actually be in the Fairfax New Economy District thread, but not sure how to move it. Apologies.

 

EDIT #2: It appears the information may have been premature. Although the eventual plan for this land may be apartments over ground floor commercial, it doesn't appear that's happening anytime soon. They have started to plant trees, making this into park land at least for some time. Apologies for jumping the gun.

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Interesting. FYI just copy and paste the posting above into the Fairfax thread and then Remove your original posting.

 

Wait, is this supposed to be a Cleveland Clinic sponsored development? If so then just leave it here.


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^Unclear to me as of now whether the Clinic owns the land and is sponsoring the development. I'll leave it here for now and move it if it becomes clear that it is not Clinic sponsored in time. I'll find out more from the individual that informed me.

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Cleveland Clinic owns most of the land except for these house-sized parcels...

 

TOLLIVER-VEGGACADO, LINDA

9502 CEDAR AVE

 

TOMASELLI, SALVATORE

CEDAR AVE (No building # but appears to be at about 9906)

 

FARIFAX RENAISSANCE (one parcel on each side of the Tomaselli parcel)

9904 CEDAR AVE

CEDAR AVE  (No building # but appears to be at about 9908)

 

CLEVELAND CITY OF LB82

10104 CEDAR AVE

 

THOMPSON PEARL E

CEDAR AVE  (No building # but appears to be at about 10202)

 

That takes us up to East 103rd Street. I'm going to bet this is a Cleveland Clinic sponsored project. If so I'm going to start taking back all the bad things I've said about their land use planning. Now if they could just get rid of/disguise that awful substation at East 105th and Chester. ;)


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Yesterday I edited my post regarding the three plots of land on Cedar near 100th to address what looked like park landscape being put in. Today I saw an excerpt from the Fairfax Neighborhood Journal that they are in fact putting in pocket parks. Although these are likely temporary pocket parks, the land won't be built on anytime soon. Second apologies for jumping the gun.

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November 08, 2017 10:10 am   

Cleveland Clinic plots $20 million children's center

By TIMOTHY MAGAW

 

A $3 million lead gift from the Jones Day Foundation will help Cleveland Clinic Children's open its first freestanding outpatient facility — a project estimated to cost more than $20 million.

 

The 120,000-square-foot children's center — expected to be completed by fall 2018 — will be housed in the former four-story Taussig Cancer Center on Euclid Avenue between East 89th and 90th streets. The renovated facility will unite the Clinic's children's primary and specialty outpatient care in one location. The Clinic's cancer program moved its operations earlier this year to a new, $276 million facility . Children requiring hospitalization or complex care will continue to receive treatment in the M building on the Clinic's main campus.

 

International architecture firm HKS will lead the expansion project, which according to a news release, will be designed to create a "calming and welcoming environment to nurture the whole family." The Clinic said features of the facility include an expanded entrance on Euclid Avenue, a child-friendly cafe and nutrition center, family-focused education center, retail pharmacy and a playroom. It will also boast 50 exam rooms, 20 private infusion rooms and four procedure rooms.

 

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http://www.crainscleveland.com/article/20171108/news/141621/cleveland-clinic-plots-20-million-childrens-center


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I happen to drove by Taussig and noticed the sign reflecting its transformation into the Children's Building.  I thought Taussig looked really tired and dated for such a new building.  I could not put my finger on it but it just looked old.  Hopefully the renovation will help re-fresh it.  I like the idea of the canopy.

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In today’s PD: Another church to be razed on the edge of @ClevelandClinic’s main campus, making way for freezer storage for scientists’ and researchers’ samples. https://t.co/b1M4xeshrf


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Another church to be razed on the edge of @ClevelandClinic’s main campus, making way for freezer storage for scientists’ and researchers’ samples.

 

Do you mean to trivialize a quite important development? This repository will probably grow into a national resource independent of the Clinic.

 

 


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No, I merely shared a tweet by PD reporter mjarboe[/member]


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TheClinic does whatever it wants to. It doesn’t seem like it would cost them much to exist within the fabric of the city, but clearly that is not their mindset. The City is just too weak to demand better.

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No, I merely shared a tweet by PD reporter mjarboe[/member]

 

It's not like her to miss the potential although I can understand the Clinic downplaying it.


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Looks like construction on the $515 million Health Education Campus is rounding third and heading for home....

 

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In today’s PD: Another church to be razed on the edge of @ClevelandClinic’s main campus, making way for freezer storage for scientists’ and researchers’ samples. https://t.co/b1M4xeshrf

 

A little more detail......

 

Cleveland Clinic to build biorepository on main campus by 2019

https://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2018/05/cleveland_clinic_to_build_bior.html


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The @ClevelandClinic and @cwru will name the centerpiece of their new $515-million health education campus the Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion. https://t.co/o7yFK68YYZ


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Cleveland Clinic Children's to open its first standalone outpatient center

Updated Sep 10, 12:52 PM; Posted Sep 10, 12:52 PM

By Ginger Christ, The Plain Dealer, gchrist@plaind.com

 

CLEVELAND, Ohio - Cleveland Clinic Children's will open its first freestanding outpatient center Sept. 24.

 

The new $28-million, 120,000-square-foot building at 8950 Euclid Ave. will be the site of most of Cleveland Clinic Children's outpatient treatments, according to a news release.

 

Before it opens to patients, a ribbon cutting for the new facility will be Friday followed by a community open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday.

 

https://www.cleveland.com/healthfit/index.ssf/2018/09/cleveland_clinic_childrens_to_1.html

 

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^Did they actually build a new building or just renovate the old Taussig Cancer Center Building?  The way the article reads it seems like a new building.

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Renovate


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Cleveland Clinic-Case venture can 'reduce silos' between medical, dental and nursing students

https://www.modernhealthcare.com/article/20181029/NEWS/181029903


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Cross-posted from the Case Western Reserve thread:

 

Case Western Reserve, Cleveland Clinic launch new era of health education with Samson Pavilion dedication

Innovative architectural design and state-of-the-future technology to welcome students from dental, medical and nursing schools

APRIL 9, 2019

 

 

Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic launched a new era of health education today in dedicating the centerpiece of their new campus, the Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion.

 

“The dedication of the Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion demonstrates the extraordinary value that the spirit of philanthropy brings to new generations of students. The Health Education Campus will have a major impact on advancing medical education and patient care,” said Tom Mihaljevic, MD, Cleveland Clinic chief executive officer and president. “Its unique curricula and design will inspire health care professionals to be members of interdisciplinary teams and promote lifelong learning.”

 

This spring, the four-story, 477,000-square-foot building opens to 2,200 students from Case Western Reserve’s dental, nursing, and medical schools, including those from Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. Students from the university’s social work school also will come to the Samson Pavilion for shared coursework, but will continue to take the majority of their classes in their own newly renovated building on Case Western Reserve’s main campus.

 

As designed by London architects Foster + Partners, perhaps the most striking part of the Samson Pavilion is the 80-foot-high, 27,000-square-foot central courtyard newly named the Delos M. Cosgrove Courtyard through a generous gift from the outgoing chair of Cleveland Clinic’s Board of Directors, Robert E. Rich Jr., and his wife, Mindy. Dr. Cosgrove is the past CEO and president of Cleveland Clinic and currently serves as an executive adviser. 

 

https://thedaily.case.edu/case-western-reserve-cleveland-clinic-launch-new-era-of-health-education-with-samson-pavilion-dedication/ 

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THURSDAY, JULY 11, 2019

Seeds & Sprouts III - Early intel on real estate projects

 

Fairfax: Cleveland Clinic shifts back into construction mode

For the first time in a long time, there are no construction cranes over University Circle or the Cleveland Clinic. Just don't get used to it.

In the coming months, look for movement on several Cleveland Clinic-related projects. There is already some visible movement starting on one of them -- the Brooks BioRepository proposed to be built at 10300 Cedar Avenue. The site is at the northwest corner of Cedar and East 105th Street.

 

MORE:

https://neo-trans.blogspot.com/2019/07/seeds-sprouts-iii-early-intel-on-real.html

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