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  1. Midwest and Plains Development News
    Downtown Gateway megaproject coming to light The basic components of the megaproject are that Bedrock would build offices, residential, a boutique hotel, entertainment, retail, restaurants and a ton of structured parking on 2.85 acres north of Huron Road. For its part, HBSE would build south...
  2. Proposed Highrises
    Sherwin-Williams HQ groundbreaking date set (3 p.m. Nov. 16) Sherwin-Williams HQ groundbreaking date set – NEOtrans (neo-trans.blog) New Sherwin-Williams renderings show how new HQ will fit in with nearby downtown skyscrapers New Sherwin-Williams renderings show how new HQ will fit in with...
  3. Midwest and Plains Development News
    New Project: The Viadauct
  4. Midwest and Plains Development News
    Sherwin-Williams confirms plans for new downtown Cleveland HQ, Brecksville R&D center
  5. Rate Our Visions
    This could have been one of the USA's tallest buildings, outranking the 289m Key Tower for the tallest on Cleveland's skyline. https://www.skyscrapercenter.com/building/ameritrust-center/294 http://neo-trans.blogspot.com/2019/05/sherwin-williams-hq-will-it-be-ohios.html
  6. Midwest and Plains Development News
    Playhouse Square plans 34-story apartment tower in downtown Cleveland's theater district
  7. Midwest and Plains Development News
    Beacon apartment tower planned atop 515 Euclid garage in downtown Cleveland
  8. General Urban Developments
    New construction of 280 apartments located between Case Western Reserve Univ. and the Cleveland Clinic. Demolition is planned to begin in January 2016.
  9. Proposed Highrises
    A consortium have proposed four highrise apartments ranging from 30 to 23 stories, with smaller surrounding structures for retail, parking, and apartments
  10. Midwest and Plains Development News
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Stark and J-Dek's nuCLEus project wins unanimous conceptual approval from Cleveland planning commission
  11. Proposed Highrises
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://imgick.cleveland.com/home/cleve-media/width620/img/architecture/photo/16291165-mmmain.jpg Stacked towers, the largest...
  12. DN Archives
    CLEVELAND | Hilton Convention Hotel | 116m | 380ft | 30 fl | T/O http://www.cleveland.com/architecture/index.ssf/2013/11/convention_center_hotel_design.html ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Plans for...
  13. Midwest and Plains Development News
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Plans for new 30-story Hilton Convention Center Hotel unveiled, project to change city skyline...
  14. North and South America
    Tower at Erieview Cleveland, United States HEIGHT: 161m/540feet FLOORS: 40floors COMPLETION: 1964 ARCHITECT: harrison abramovitz and abbe http://www.skyscrapercenter.com/cleveland/tower-at-erieview/
  15. Midwest and Plains
    Cleveland's Innerbelt Freeway and Bridge There is not a freeway more divisive than Cleveland, Ohio's Innerbelt Freeway. Originally referred to as US 42, it was envisioned in 1940 as a method to divert through traffic from a congested downtown, and to connect the Lake Erie-bordering Shoreway...
  16. Completed
    Cleveland Cavaliers Opened on October 17, 1994 Hosted the 1997 NBA All-Star Game http://www.flickr.com/photos/alexabboud/4125415641/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/alexabboud/4126163798/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/officialjhflickr/4640885426/...
  17. Midwest and Plains
    Cleveland was incorporated in 1814 and saw its first big growth in 1832 with the completion of the Ohio and Erie Canal, which connected Lake Erie with the Ohio River. Cleveland continued to thrive as a port city in the 1800s with iron ore being shipped from Minnesota and coal being transported...
  18. Subways and Urban Transport
    Known as "The Rapid" this is the second oldest rapid transit system still in operation in the Midwestern U.S (after Chicago). Cleveland also had the first airport rail link in the US which opened in 1968. The system consists of one heavy rail line (the Red line) and two light rail lines (the...
  19. Midwest and Plains
    Well, better late than never, I guess, here is the fourth and final part of my trip to Cleveland last month. This part includes Tower City Center, the Warehouse District, and the second ball game. In case you missed the other parts: Part 1...
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