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Warehouse District Public Meeting

Thursday, May 31st 6:30 pm Hoyt Block, 750 St Clair Avenue Lower Level—go down the stairs West Sixth Street is about to get more beautiful with wider sidewalks, plantings and public art The City of Cleveland in partnership with the Historic Warehouse District Development Corporation received a federal grant to enhance the streetscape.  Come and [...]

Urban planning students lend creative ideas to continue development in downtown district

High school students across greater Cleveland converge in Downtown Cleveland to share their fresh, innovative ideas on how to continue momentum in Downtown Cleveland’s NineTwelve District.  The semester long project was collaboration between Teaching Cleveland Institute and Downtown Cleveland Alliance’s City Advocate Jason Russell. Students will present their projects to government officials, Downtown Cleveland Alliance [...]

1100 Superior Launches Adopt-A-Spot Program

In an effort to create a positive environment with a sense of community and involvement in the workplace, 1100 Superior and its tenants have come together to launch the building’s Adopt-A-Spot program, which allows businesses to get creative with the cement planters located around the building on Superior Avenue and East 12th Street. Tenants in [...]

A new and improved W.6th Street

You may have noticed construction on W.6th Street over the past couple weeks. On July 13th, Cleveland’s Historic Warehouse District began construction on a new streetscape. The streetscape improvements will only be for West Sixth Street between St Clair Avenue and Frankfort Avenue at first. The goal being to continue this new streetscape plan throughout the district. The new W.6th will include widened sidewalks, pedestrian “bump outs” at the crosswalks , street furniture, seating, plantings, and historic markers. The street itself will be restriped and will include parking lanes, a center turn lane and two travel lanes designed to be shared bike lanes. This configuration was designed to better accommodate Warehouse District traffic.

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