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Northeast Design Review Case Report

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Project Information

Northeast Case #  NE 2015-012

Address: 6321 St. Clair Ave
Company: LAND Studio
Architect: Keith Hayes
Description:

Proposed public plaza at the northwest corner of St. Clair Ave and E.64th St.

Notes:  

Committee Actions/Submissions

Date: June 9, 2015
Committee: Staff
Action Type: Initial Plan Submission
Conditions/Notes:  
 
Date: June 16, 2015
Committee: Local Design Review Committee
Action Type: Approved
Conditions:  

Voting Members Present

·         O. Andreyvksa

·         T. Veider (1st)

·         B. Chew

·         K. Visloskly

·         E. Turner (CH)

·         C. Poh (2nd)

·         P. Brown

·         N. Reich

Committee Concerns

·         Is there a sample of the tire material to be used for the plaza?

·         What is the design you have in mind for this location?  Use the containers for public engagement and tire prep (collection, cutting, stacking), stage/performance space, green space, seating and tables on a raised deck.  Possibly convert to an ice staking rink in the winter with benches. Containers will be repurposed as small maker shops/vendor space to continue with the UpCycle brand of St. Clair Superior.

·         Is anything underway at the site currently?

·         Project team to email proposed signage for committee to administratively review.

·         How are you treating ADA compliance?

·         Funding and maintenance?  Funded through Kresge.

·         Final design would use 9200 tires.

James Amendola in attendance to represent SCSDC support and sponsorship of the project.

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Date: July 10, 2015
Committee: City Planning Commission
Action Type: Approved with Conditions
Conditions:  

That Director has the authority to approve/disapprove contingent on St. Clair/Superior CDC consulting with Ohio EPA and Health Dept. of the City of Cleveland before Phase II of the project.