Classification District Proj. No. Name Description
Arts & Culture 2 2.A.1 Gordon Square Cultural Arts District (Detroit Avenue, between West 61st Street & West 69th Street) redevelopment of historic theater properties along with neighborhood convenience & arts-related retail development
Arts & Culture 2 2.A.2 New Towpath Trail Bridge (connecting Main Avenue Peninsula & Columbus Road Peninsula Adjacent to Canal Basin Park) public art opportunity in conjunction with proposed new signature pedestrian bridge
Arts & Culture 2 2.A.3 Lorain Avenue Antiques District (Lorain Avenue, between West 58th Street & West 80th Street) concentration of antique and second-hand retail shops
Arts & Culture 2 2.A.4 Tremont Art Galleries & Historic Churches (Professor Street and scattered sites throughout Tremont neighborhood) collection of art galleries and historic ethnic church architecture
Arts & Culture 2 2.A.5 Steelyard Commons Steel Heritage Interpretive Exhibit (Steelyard Commons Drive & Quigley Road Connector, at NE corner of Steelyard Commons Shopping Center) small interpretive exhibit commemorating steelmaking to be housed in historic steel mill clock house building located adjacent to Towpath Trail
Arts & Culture 2 2.A.6 Canalway Ohio National Scenic Byway (West 25th Street/Pearl Road, from Detroit Avenue south to Broadview Avenue south to Schaaf Road and east to the Brooklyn Heights corporate limits) auto & bicycle-oriented route that highlights local settlement, development, and natural systems found along Ohio & Erie Canal National Heritage Corridor
Arts & Culture 2 2.A.7 Hispanic Village (West 25th & Clark Area) development of Hispanic-themed arts, cultural and retail district
Arts & Culture 2 2.A.8 Towpath Trail (between Harvard Avenue & Canal Basin Park in Downtown Cleveland) public art & interpretive exhibits along 5.5-mile extension of regional multi-purpose recreational trail
Arts & Culture 2 2.A.9 Art House (Denison Avenue at West 31st Street) neighborhood-based organization offering visual and creative arts classes
Arts & Culture 2 2.A.10 New Fulton Road Bridge (Fulton Road between Denison Avenue & Park Drive) decorative lighting & banners highlighting Cleveland Metroparks Zoo in conjunction with construction of new high-level bridge by Cuyahoga County Engineer
Arts & Culture 2 2.A.11 Brooklyn-Brighton Bridge (Pearl Road between Treadwell Avenue and Wildlife Way) decorative lighting & banners highlighting Cleveland Metroparks Zoo on existing high-level bridge
Economic Development 2 2.E.1 Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority Relocation (new site north of Whiskey Island created by landfill) develop new port facility and related industrial development on newly created 110-acre land mass in lake
Economic Development 2 2.E.2 Lorain Avenue & Columbus Road (Lorain Avenue between Columbus Road and Gehring Street) develop RTA air rights for retail and/or office development as part of a transit-oriented development project
Economic Development 2 2.E.3 West 25th-Lorain-Gehring Corridor (United Bank Building and properties southward to Voss Industries Complex at Monroe Avenue) develop infill retail and/or office space
Economic Development 2 2.E.4 West 25th Street-Barber Avenue (area bounded by West 25th Street, Barber Avenue, West 30th Street and Walworth Run) redevelop area for light industrial use
Economic Development 2 2.E.5 Scranton Road Peninsula (bounded by Scranton and Carter Roads, opposite Tower City Center) develop 65-acre site to accommodate new mixed-use development featuring residential, office and commercial uses
Economic Development 2 2.E.6 Steelyard Commons (Jennings Road & Jennings Freeway) develop up-to-1-million-square-foot regional shopping center and related out-lot development on 127-acre site
Economic Development 2 2.E.7 Mittal Steel Industrial Property (Jennings Road & Steelyard Commons Drive) develop new light-industrial on 15-acre site
Economic Development 2 2.E.8 Stockyards(West) (west side of West 65th Street between Storer and Clark Avenues) redevelop and expand the existing community-level shopping center into adjoining industrial property
Economic Development 2 2.E.9 Stockyards (East) (block bounded on north by Clark Avenue, on east by West 62nd Place, on south by Storer Avenue and on west by West 65th Street) redevelop as a contemporary light-industrial park
Economic Development 2 2.E.10 Ridge Road-Denison Avenue – (southeast corner of intersection): redevelop existing retail properties into new light-industrial development
Economic Development 2 2.E.11 Denison-West 67th-Barberton (scattered infill properties north and south of Denison Avenue) redevelop infill properties for light-industrial uses
Economic Development 2 2.E.12 Broadview Road (north side of Broadview Road, from Pearl Road to West 22nd Street, and the south side of Broadview Road between West 28th Street to Colburn Avenue) develop new retail as part of larger mixed-use redevelopment strategy for this area
Economic Development 2 2.E.13 Schaaf Road Office Site (south side of Schaaf Road, opposite Hinckley Industrial Parkway) develop new office uses with panoramic views of the downtown skyline
Retail 2 2.R.1 Gordon Square Cultural Arts District (Detroit Avenue between West 61st and West 69th Streets) neighborhood convenience and arts-related retail development
Retail 2 2.R.2 Detroit South (south side of Detroit Avenue between West 29th and West 45th Streets) develop new retail as part of a larger mixed-use development strategy for this area
Retail 2 2.R.3 Detroit-Shoreway East (north side Detroit Avenue between West 49th and West 54th Streets) develop new retail as part of a larger mixed-use development
Retail 2 2.R.4 West 25th-Lorain-Gehring (Ohio City Rapid Transit station area) transit-oriented development opportunity includes air rights over RTA tracks and Market Plaza property
Retail 2 2.R.5 Steelyard Commons (Jennings Road & Jennings Freeway) development of - a 1-million square foot regional shopping center and related out-lots
Retail 2 2.R.6 West 25th Street-Clark Avenue (north & south sides of Clark Avenue, from West 25th Street to West 32nd Street) redevelopment of vacant & underutilized grocery store and surface parking lot properties.
Retail 2 2.R.7 Stockyards (West) (west side of West 65th Street, between Storer Avenue & Clark Avenue) redevelopment & expansion of existing community-level shopping center.
Retail 2 2.R.8 Pearl Road-Henninger Road (east side of Pearl Road at Henninger Road) retail development opportunity opposite Metroparks Zoo entrance.
Retail 2 2.R.9 Broadview Road (north & south sides of Broadview Road – West 24th Street to Colburn Avenue) retail as part of larger mixed-use redevelopment strategy.
Recreation 2 2.P.1 Edgewater Park Expansion (landfill property north of the present Edgewater Park) utilize 35-acres of new lakefront open space to accommodate beach, marina and other recreation uses
Recreation 2 2.P.2 Port of Cleveland Relocation and New Public Park (a new island north of the present Cleveland Bulk Terminal created by landfill) develop 50-acres of new lakefront open space for recreational uses in conjunction with the Port of Cleveland’s possible relocation
Recreation 2 2.P.3 Whiskey Island Park (east end of Whiskey Island north of the Norfolk Southern Railroad tracks, from the Cuyahoga River west to the Cleveland Bulk Terminal) enhance 30 acres of lakefront open space and the historic Coast Guard Station to accommodate beach, marina and other recreation uses
Recreation 2 2.P.4 Old River Channel Park (south side of the Old River Channel at West 54th Street) create 15 acres of new riverfront open space
Recreation 2 2.P.5 Jim Mahone Green (between the Shoreway and Detroit Avenue, extending from West 29th Street to West 38th Street) preserve two acres of open space as a new park with prime lakefront views, a.k.a. Dogbone Park
Recreation 2 2.P.6 Towpath Trail Extension (following Harvard Avenue north to the proposed Canal Basin Park) develop the 5.5-mile long extension connecting the new regional multi-purpose trail system to downtown Cleveland
Recreation 2 2.P.7 Mittal Steel/Cuyahoga Riverfront (west side of the Cuyahoga River north of Harvard Avenue) develop this six-acre linear parcel along the Cuyahoga River to accommodate the new Towpath Trail, along with related greenspace and interpretive exhibits
Recreation 2 2.P.8 Walworth Run Greenway (Train Avenue Corridor, from Clark Avenue to the Scranton Road/University Road intersection) construction of a neighborhood multi-purpose trail connection to the Towpath Trail
Recreation 2 2.P.9 Stockyards Neighborhood Park (West 56th Street-Arkansas Avenue-West 58th Street area) create a new neighborhood park
Recreation 2 2.P.1O Foote Park Expansion (two commercial parcels at the northwest corner of the Pearl Road-Krather Road intersection adjacent to the Metroparks Zoo entrance) utilize this newly available land to create an additional acre of open space for Foote Park
Recreation 2 2.P.11 Henninger Landfill (west side of Pearl Road, from Henninger Road eastward to Valley Road) reclaim this 40-acre brownfield property to create a combination of open space and multi-purpose trail, with urban camping sites and/or an extreme sports park
Recreation 2 2.P.12 Lower Big Creek Area (area of the Big Creek Valley floor generally bounded on the north by Selzer Avenue, West 23rd Street, Calgary Park Bluff and Kenneth Avenue; on the east by Jennings Road ; on the south by the Henninger Landfill; and on the west by Pearl Road) use this 150-acre area to provide area residents with new accessible open space and a multi-purpose trail
Recreation 2 2.P.13 Treadway Creek Ravine Greenway (ravine running north from Plymouth Road to Crestline Avenue) ecological restoration of a 21-acre greenspace and construction of a neighborhood multi-purpose trail connection linking Harmody Park to the new Towpath Trail
Recreation 2 2.P.14 Mayview Ravine Property (ravine extending east from the western end of Mayview Avenue to the Jennings Freeway) preserve natural open space area featuring steep slopes and heavy forestation
Recreation 2 2.P.15 Bradley Road Landfill (the portion generally bounded on the north by Gino Lane, on the east by Bradley Road, on the south by Spring Road, and on the west by the Jennings Freeway) redevelop former landfill property into a passive open space area that will serve as buffer between light industrial land use, the Jennings Freeway and nearby residences
Schools 2 2.S.1 Max S. Hayes Vocational High School Renovation (Detroit Avenue & West 45th Street) renovation of existing school facility
Schools 2 2.S.2 Thomas Jefferson Middle School Replacement (West 41st Street & Richner Avenue) construction of a new middle school building to replace the existing facility
Housing 2 2.H.1 Battery Park Site (bounded by West 73rd Street, Goodwalt Avenue, West 76th Street and Father Caruso Drive) opportunity for multi-family, townhouse and single-family residential development
Housing 2 2.H.2 Westinghouse Building (West 58th Street & Breakwater Avenue) conversion from industrial to multi-family residential
Housing 2 2.H.3 Marsh-Allan Complex (West 85th Street & Madison Avenue) conversion from industrial to multi-family residential
Housing 2 2.H.4 Lawn Avenue (north side of Lawn Avenue between West 73rd Street and West 77th Place) 1.5-acre Turner’s Hall property offers opportunity for single-family residential development
Housing 2 2.H.5 West 58th Street & Lorain Avenue (vicinity of Eco-Village development, Lorain Avenue, West 57th and West 58th Streets) scattered-site single-family/townhouse residential development and mixed-use residential and retail/office space on land bank- and privately owned lots
Housing 2 2.H.6 Lorain Avenue North (West 47th and West 48th Streets north of Lorain Avenue) multi-family or townhouse-style residential development
Housing 2 2.H.7 Detroit Avenue South (south side of Detroit Avenue between West 29th and West 45th Streets) mixed-use residential and retail/office
Housing 2 2.H.8 Clinton Avenue (between West 28th and West 32nd Streets) townhouse residential development
Housing 2 2.H.9 CMHA Hope VI Project (Church Avenue & West 28th Street) townhouse residential development
Housing 2 2.H.10 Stonebridge Phases 7-12 (Center, Elm and Mulberry Streets; Washington, Winslow and Main Avenues on the Flats West Bank) mixed-use (residential + retail/office space) development
Housing 2 2.H.11 Lorain Avenue & Columbus Road (Lorain Avenue between Columbus Road and Gehring Street) RTA air rights offer opportunity for mixed-use development (residential and retail/office space)
Housing 2 2.H.12 West 25th-Lorain-Gehring Corridor (United Bank Building and properties southward to Voss Industries Complex at Monroe Avenue) mixed-use (residential + retail/office space) development
Housing 2 2.H.13 Fulton Road & Monroe Avenue (former industrial facility on southeast corner) townhouse residential development
Housing 2 2.H.14 Junk Yard Site (southwest corner of Fulton Road & Bailey Avenue) single-family residential development
Housing 2 2.H.15 Scranton Peninsula (65-acre Scranton Road peninsula) mixed-use (residential + retail/office space) development
Housing 2 2.H.16 Abbey Avenue Area (triangular 3.5-acre parcel bounded by Abbey Avenue, West 19th Street and the railroad tracks) single-family residential development
Housing 2 2.H.17 Brevier Avenue (4.5-acre parcel at west end of Brevier Avenue) single-family residential development
Housing 2 2.H.18 Ohio Awning Area (Ohio Awning Building and vacant lots at Scranton Road & Auburn Avenue) multi-family and single-family residential
Housing 2 2.H.19 Clark Avenue-West 25th Street (ne & sw corners) mixed-use: residential + retail/office on adaptively reused upper floors and new construction
Housing 2 2.H.20 St. Rocco Area (St Rocco Court & West 33rd Street) multi-family residential & mixed-use: live-work
Housing 2 2.H.21 Fulton Road & Roehl Avenue (southeast corner) townhouse residential
Housing 2 2.H.22 West 25th Street-Metro Area (west side of Street opposite MetroHealth Medical Center, from Sackett Avenue to Daisy Avenue) retail & mixed-use: residential + retail/office primarily on infill sites
Housing 2 2.H.23 Hope Avenue (from West 67th Street to West 73rd Street north side) ODOT I-90 residual R-O-W single-family residential
Housing 2 2.H.24 Neville & West 73rd (block bounded by West 73rd-Neville Avenue/railroad tracks) townhouse residential new construction
Housing 2 2.H.25 Wentworth (block bounded by Wentworth Avenue-railroad tracks-Neville Avenue) mixed-use: residential + retail/office on adaptively reused upper floors
Housing 2 2.H.26 Brooklyn Centre (west side of Pearl Road at Garden Avenue) mixed-use: residential + retail/office on adaptively reused upper floors
Housing 2 2.H.27 Former East Denison School (north side of Dension Avenue at West 17th Street) multi-family residential adaptive reuse
Housing 2 2.H.28 Broadview Rd. Site (north & south sides of Broadview Road – West 24th Street to Colburn Avenue) mixed-use: residential + retail/office
Housing 2 2.H.29 State Rd Site (east side of State Road, between Colburn Avenue & Montclair Avenue) mixed-use: residential + retail/office
Housing 2 2.H.30 Oak Park Motel Site (east side of Pearl Rd., from Oak Park Avenue, South to Archmere Avenue) mix of townhouse, mixed-use: residential + retail/office, & multi-family residential new construction
Housing 2 2.H.31 Spring Road Landfill Property (south side of Spring Rd., between West 11th Street and the Jennings Freeway) brownfield site redevelop for single- and/or multi-family residential
Housing 2 2.H.32 Schaaf Road Nursery Site (north side of Schaaf Road, between West 11th Street and the Jennings Freeway) townhouse residential new construction
Housing 2 2.H.33 Tremont Pointe (north of I-490 / West 7th Street interchange) develop mixed-income neighborhood to include low and market rate rental and for-sale town homes and multi-family units