Classification District Proj. No. Name Description
Arts & Culture 3 3.A.1 North Coast Harbor (bounded by Lake Erie, East 9th Street, North Marginal Road and West 3rd Street) opportunities for events and public art in the harbor area
Arts & Culture 3 3.A.2 Trolleyville Electric Railway (eastern terminus of Waterfront Transit Line) opportunity to house and operate historic trolley cars on GCRTA's Waterfront Transit Line
Arts & Culture 3 3.A.3 Pedestrian Bridges (over I-90 @ East 40th St., East 49th St., Marquette St., and East 55th Streets) opportunity for artistic bridge design work and public art as part of Lakefront Plan’s recommendation for pedestrian bridges to allow for neighborhood access to the lakefront
Arts & Culture 3 3.A.4 Kirtland Park (on the south side of South Marginal Road between East 40th and East 49th Streets) opportunity to implement the Kirtland Park Plan public art components such as the banners and amphitheater stage bandshell
Arts & Culture 3 3.A.5 Historic Warehouse District Neighborhood (bounded by West 3rd Street, Superior Avenue, West 10th Street and the Waterfront Transit Line) opportunities for events and public art in the district
Arts & Culture 3 3.A.6 Playhouse Square / Theatre District (bounded by Superior Avenue, East 18th Street, Community College Avenue, East 14th Street and East 12th Street) opportunities for events and public art in the district
Arts & Culture 3 3.A.7 Live-Work Arts District (along retail corridors of St. Clair, Superior, and Payne Avenues from East 18th Street to various streets to the east roughly around East 55th Street) opportunity for banners, public art to promote artists district
Arts & Culture 3 3.A.8 Payne Avenue Cultural / Retail District (Payne Avenue and East 30th Street) opportunity for gateway celebrating Asian community
Arts & Culture 3 3.A.9 Arbor Park Excess Land (vacant land at Quincy and East 40th Street) opportunity for cultural arts or civic center for the Central neighborhood
Arts & Culture 3 3.A.10 Maingate Mural 1 (on east side of East 37th Street south of Woodland Avenue) opportunity for folk art inspired mural depicting the Northern Ohio Food Terminal on Cold Storage building visible from surrounding highways and roadways
Arts & Culture 3 3.A.11 Maingate Mural 2 (on retention wall by RTA stop RR bridge at East 34th Street and Pittsburgh Avenue): opportunity for mural depicting history of Maingate, Industrial Valley and public transportation
Arts & Culture 3 3.A.12 East 55th and Woodland (western corners of East 55th Street and Woodland Avenue) opportunity for public art to complement retail development opportunity, based on history and culture of the Central neighborhood
Arts & Culture 3 3.A.13 Woodland Cemetery (on the north side of Woodland Avenue between East 66th and East 71st Streets) opportunity for cemetery improvements such as restoring/reinstalling metal historic gate and archway
Arts & Culture 3 3.A.14 Sidaway Pedestrian Bridge (at the intersection of Sidaway Avenue and East 67th Street) rehabilitation of and opportunity for public art and interpretive history of Kingsbury Run ravine
Arts & Culture 3 3.A.15 Broadway Scenic Byway (Broadway Avenue from Carnegie Avenue south to the corporate limit) encourage implementation of Urban Design Center’s Broadway CanalWay Ohio Scenic Byway Master Plan placing interpretive kiosks, public art, directional sculpture, removal of obstructions to views of the industrial valley, placement of interpretive banners, etc. to tell the story of the industrial valley and the neighborhoods that surround this National Scenic Byway
Arts & Culture 3 3.A.16 Morgana Run Trail Trailheads (trailheads along former Wheeling and Lake Erie Rail line at Broadway and Ackley, and Broadway Avenue west of Miles Avenue) opportunity for recreation or neighborhood oriented public art at trail heads
Economic Development 3 3.E.1 Elwell-Parker Site (north side of St. Clair between East 41st and East 43rd Streets) rehabilitated industrial space available for office or light manufacturing
Economic Development 3 3.E.2 Tyler Village (between St. Clair and Superior Avenues on the block east of East 36th Street) reuse of existing industrial buildings for mixed-use development including light industrial, commercial and residential uses
Economic Development 3 3.E.3 Asian Town Center (1541 East 38th Street, on the southeast corner of Superior Avenue and East 38th Street) conversion of an industrial building (formerly Kichler Lighting) into a retail and office building
Economic Development 3 3.E.4 Ward Bakery Site (near intersection of East 55th Street and Chester Avenue on the north side of Chester, bounded to the east by the RTA tracks) City-owned environmentally clean land available for office development or light industrial uses
Economic Development 3 3.E.5 East 40th & Euclid Site (northeast corner of East 40th Street and Euclid Avenue) underutilized surface parking lots offer an opportunity to develop office or institutional facilities with ground-floor retail to capitalize on, and serve, the enhanced Euclid Corridor
Economic Development 3 3.E.6 Euclid Avenue Opportunities (along Euclid Avenue from Public Square to East 79th Street) underutilized and vacant land along the Euclid Avenue corridor offers opportunities, capitalizing on the Euclid Corridor project investment, for mixed-use development (office, retail and residential)
Economic Development 3 3.E.7 Norfolk Southern Site (south of Broadway - Innerbelt interchange) opportunity for either light industrial or retail uses
Economic Development 3 3.E.8 Scrap Yard Land (south side of Woodland Avenue at East 47th Street) redevelop scrap yard land as less intensive light industrial use to complement housing investments on north side of Woodland Avenue
Economic Development 3 3.E.9 Kinsman/East 55th Industrial Park (east of East 55th Street, south of Woodland, north of RTA tracks) create new industrial development opportunities on underutilized land
Economic Development 3 3.E.10 BP Lab Site (south and east of the Broadway Avenue-Independence Road intersection) redevelop for industrial uses
Economic Development 3 3.E.11 Zaclon Site (northeast corner of Independence Road and Dille Avenue) facilitate the consolidation of the company’s operations (and buildings) onto six acres of this 36-acre heavy industrial site and undertake potential environmental cleanup of the remaining 30 acres
Economic Development 3 3.E.12 I-490 Triangle (bordered on the north by I-490, on the east by East 55th Street, and on the west by rail lines) opportunity to retain and/or expand existing industries and create new industrial development opportunities on underutilized land
Economic Development 3 3.E.13 Bessemer Site at East 55th Street (just east of East 55th Street between the rail lines and Tuscon Avenue) vacant land offers opportunity for light industrial development
Economic Development 3 3.E.14 BP 2/Adolpha Site (northwest corner of East 65th Street and Adolpha Avenue) vacant land that has been environmentally cleaned to commercial standard presents opportunity for industrial development
Economic Development 3 3.E.15 Bessemer/Garden Valley area (bordered on the north by the Kingsbury greenway and Garden Valley Avenue, on the east by East 79th Street, on the south by rail lines, and on the west by various streets just east of East 65th Street) retain and/or expand existing industries and create new industrial development opportunities on underutilized land
Economic Development 3 3.E.16 Coke Oven Site (Pershing Avenue between I-77 and Independence Road) the ISG-owned property will be cleaned and donated to the City of Cleveland and redeveloped as an industrial park
Economic Development 3 3.E.17 Independence Neighborhood Industrial Property (west of I-77 and north of Chard Avenue) opportunity for new industrial development
Economic Development 3 3.E.18 East 78th Street Realignment Opportunities (East 78th Street between Aetna and Broadway) opportunity to expand existing industry or develop new industrial uses with the realignment of East 78th Street
Retail 3 3.R.1 Lakefront Plan Neighborhood (neighborhood to the east of the Cuyahoga River along Lake Erie) creation of a water-oriented, mixed-use development along Lakefront as called for by Cleveland’s Lakefront Plan
Retail 3 3.R.2 Flats East Bank (Front Street to Main Avenue, between the RTA line and the Cuyahoga River) opportunity for a large-scale mixed-use development combining retail and residential units
Retail 3 3.R.3 Historic Warehouse District Neighborhood (roughly bounded by the RTA Waterfront Line to the north, West 3rd Street, Superior Avenue and West 10th Street) re-develop surface parking lots and convert vacant buildings into multi-story, mixed-use developments
Retail 3 3.R.4 The Avenue District (East 12th Street & St. Clair Avenue) redevelop City-owned parking lots into multi-story, mixed-use developments
Retail 3 3.R.5 Tyler Village (between East 36th and East 39th Streets, and St. Clair and Superior Avenues) opportunity for re-use of existing industrial buildings for mixed-use development including commercial, light industrial, and residential uses
Retail 3 3.R.6 Asian Town Center (1541 East 38th Street, on southeast corner of Superior Avenue and East 38th Street) conversion of an industrial building (formerly Kichler Lighting) to a retail and office building
Retail 3 3.R.7 Historic Gateway Neighborhood (north and east of the Gateway sports complex in Downtown Cleveland) re-develop surface parking lots and convert vacant buildings into multistory, mixed-use developments
Retail 3 3.R.8 Norfolk Southern Site (south of Broadway - Innerbelt interchange) opportunity for either retail or light industrial uses
Retail 3 3.R.9 Euclid Avenue Opportunities (Euclid Avenue from Public Square to East 79th Street) develop on underutilized and vacant land along the Euclid Avenue corridor with support retail to complement mixed-use development, building off the Euclid Corridor project investment
Retail 3 3.R.10 East 55th & Woodland (the southwest and northwest corners of the intersection of Woodland Avenue and East 55th Street) opportunity for retail development on vacant land
Retail 3 3.R.11 St. Hyacinth Neighborhood (from the corner of East 55th and Francis Streets to East 63rd Street) opportunity to create a small retail/commercial area that will redefine this area and establish a corridor connecting the neighborhood to the RTA Transit station
Retail 3 3.R.12 Morgana Run Rail Trailheads (two sites—at the intersection of Broadway & Union Avenues, and on the west side of Warner Road at Turney Road) the presence of the new multi-use trail has created an opportunity for recreational retail (e.g., and outdoor sporting goods) at the trail heads and along the trail’s two-mile route
Retail 3 3.R.13 Fleet Avenue (south side of Fleet Avenue between East 54th and East 55th Streets) opportunity to create a town square with public parking
Retail 3 3.R.14 Warner Road (Warner Road between Grand and Vineyard Avenues) consolidate scattered retail within this node
Recreation 3 3.P.1 Eastern Burke Lakefront Airport (north of North Marginal Road and east of East. 40th Street) opportunity for public access and recreation development at the eastern end of Burke Lakefront Airport beyond the restricted zones for flight operation
Recreation 3 3.P.2 Cleveland Public Power (CPP) Plant (north side of North Marginal Road between East 49th and East 53rd streets) significant portions of the former CPP Plant are vacant and may be reused for indoor recreation (such as rock climbing), a waterfront restaurant or commercial uses; while land and parking lot could be reused for waterfront access for shoreline fishing and other water related activities
Recreation 3 3.P.3 Enhancing Cleveland’s Lakefront Bikeway (along North Marginal Road from East 9th Street to East 55th Street) open up views of, and public access to, the lake, by removing fences and other obstacles along North Marginal Road
Recreation 3 3.P.4 Kirtland Park (on the south side of South Marginal Road between East 40th and East 49th Streets) implement the Kirtland Park Plan by rehabilitating the park with new walking trails, a water spray play area, amphitheater improvements, a hillside play area, and hillside erosion prevention, and explore potential expansion of the park onto City-owned property to the west of the park
Recreation 3 3.P.5 Overlook Park (between West 9th and West 3rd Streets just east of Front Avenue) opportunity for a new park serving the Historic Warehouse District neighborhood with views of the lake and connections to the future Towpath Trail system and the Lakefront Bike Trail
Recreation 3 3.P.6 Huntington Park (northeast corner of Lakeside Avenue and West 3rd Street) upgrade existing park to meet the recreation needs of Historic Warehouse District residents as well as downtown employees
Recreation 3 3.P.7 Canal Basin Park (between James and West Streets and Canal Road and Merwin Street) opportunity for a new gateway park with connections to the new CanalWay Ohio Scenic Byway as well as the future extensions of the Towpath Trail system and the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad
Recreation 3 3.P.8 Public Square (between Rockwell and Euclid Avenues, Public Square and East 2nd Street) build off the recommendations of the Project for Public Spaces’ design charrette to make Cleveland’s historic “village green” more pedestrian friendly and lively
Recreation 3 3.P.9 Homeownership Zone Greenspace (east from the railroad at Clarkwood Road and Central Avenue) develop a landscaped greenspace to buffer residential development from railroad activity
Recreation 3 3.P.10 Mouth of Kingsbury Run (confluence of Kingsbury Run and Cuyahoga River south and west of the Jefferson Avenue & Broadway Avenue intersection) opportunity for a new park with connections to the future Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad stop and proposed Kingsbury Run Connector Trail
Recreation 3 3.P.11 Kingsbury Run Connector to Towpath Trail (along Kingsbury Run Ravine from the Cuyahoga River at Jefferson Avenue, following various routes along the ravine, to East 79th Street) create bike path to connect to Garfield Park Reservation and Mill Creek Trail, opportunities to clean-up, improve and program where Kingsbury Ravine and Cuyahoga River meet
Recreation 3 3.P.12 Kingsbury Run Valley (valley between the North Broadway and Kinsman neighborhoods, extending south and east from the rail lines to East 79th Street) clean up environmental contaminants and create a new park bridging the St. Hyacinth neighborhood and Garden Valley with safe, programmed recreation opportunities (e.g., a sledding hill);part of Marion Motley recreation area redevelopment
Recreation 3 3.P.13 Sidaway Pedestrian Bridge (from Sidaway Avenue and East 67th Street to Sidaway Avenue and Berwick Road) repair bridge connecting the North Broadway and Kinsman neighborhoods
Recreation 3 3.P.14 Morgana Run Rail Trail Extension (between East 49th Street and the Cuyahoga River via unused rail lines) continue Morgana Run rail trail westward toward the Cuyahoga River and proposed Towpath Trail
Recreation 3 3.P.15 Lower Woolen Mills Site (between East 55th Street & Ackley Road, just north of Linton Avenue) opportunity to relocate two Morgana ball fields to land adjacent to the Morgana Run bike trail
Recreation 3 3.P.16 Washington Park Expansion (area surrounding Cullen and Pallister Drives west of Independence Road, with entrance off Independence Road in Newburgh Heights) take advantage of the opportunity to expand Washington Park to the west on ISG waste landfill property as each phase of the landfill is closed and capped, gaining approximately 60 acres of land for new neighborhood recreation opportunities
Recreation 3 3.P.17 Warner Road (west side of Warner Road between Webb Terrace and Beman Avenue) recreation-oriented development to complement Mill Creek falls, bike trail, and housing development
Schools 3 3.S.1 Mound School (northwest corner of East 55th Street and Mound Avenue) the building of the new Mound school off-site offers an opportunity to re-use a classic, well constructed former school building for needed residential units
Housing 3 3.H.1 Lakefront Plan Neighborhood (neighborhood to the east of the Cuyahoga River along Lake Erie) develop water oriented, mixed-use development along lakefront as designated by Cleveland’s Lakefront Plan
Housing 3 3.H.2 Quay 55 Phase 2 (northwest corner of Shoreway and East 55th Street on Lake Erie) opportunity for townhouse development to the east of Quay 55 renovation of the former Nicholson Terminal.
Housing 3 3.H.3 Flats East Bank (from Front Street to Main Avenue, and RTA line to the Cuyahoga River) opportunity for a large-scale mixed-use development with residential and retail
Housing 3 3.H.4 Historic Warehouse District Neighborhood (roughly bounded by the Waterfront line to the north, West 3rd Street, Superior Avenue and West 10th Street) re-develop surface parking lots and convert vacant buildings to multistory, mixed-use development
Housing 3 3.H.5 Kirtland Bluffs (between I-90 and the railroad tracks on the bluff east of the Kirtland Pumping station to East 55th Street) opportunity for residential development
Housing 3 3.H.6 The Avenue District (East 12th Street and St. Clair Avenue) redevelop City-owned parking lots into multistory, mixed-use developments
Housing 3 3.H.7 Ross Printing (between East 33rd and East 34th streets, St. Clair and Superior avenues) potential for conversion from industrial use into townhouse development
Housing 3 3.H.8 Tyler Village (between East 36th and East 39th streets, St. Clair and Superior Avenues) opportunity for re-use of existing industrial buildings for mixed-use development including residential, light industrial and commercial uses
Housing 3 3.H.9 Royal Brass Site (between East 41st and East 43rd streets, St. Clair and Superior Avenues) opportunity to convert industrial use to residential with potential for cluster homes
Housing 3 3.H.10 Pearson Site (between E. 45th and E. 47th, St. Clair and Superior Avenues) opportunity to convert industrial use to residential mix of cluster homes and townhouses
Housing 3 3.H.11 City Desk Site (southeast corner of St. Clair Avenue and East 51st Street) opportunity to convert building from commercial services use to apartments
Housing 3 3.H.12 Stanard School Site (east side of East 53rd Street between Stanard and Homer Avenues) opportunity to develop housing on former school site
Housing 3 3.H.13 Historic Gateway Neighborhood (north and east of Gateway Sports Complex in Downtown Cleveland) re-develop surface parking lots and convert vacant buildings to multistory, mixed-use developments
Housing 3 3.H.14 Cleveland State University (CSU) Neighborhood Housing (CSU campus) student & faculty housing and neighborhood housing proposed as part of CSU’s Master Plan
Housing 3 3.H.15 Frank Avenue Area (south of Cedar and east of East 105th) redevelop the area to a mixed-use district incorporating institutional and research facilities with residential development including live-work spaces
Housing 3 3.H.16 Champion Site (north side of Payne Avenue between East 41st and East 43rd Streets) opportunity to convert from industrial use to new construction flats
Housing 3 3.H.17 Payne-Perkins Infill Housing (from East 31st to East 36th Street from just south of Payne to Perkins Avenue) opportunity for concerted infill housing strategy
Housing 3 3.H.18 College Town District Block Development Plan (Euclid & Prospect Avenues between East 18th and East 22nd Streets) opportunity for mixed-use development converting upper floors to market-rate housing with support retail at street level
Housing 3 3.H.19 Prospect Townhouses (north and south sides of Prospect Avenue in the vicinity of East 45th Street) opportunity to build townhouses using Premier parking lot to the north and underutilized parking lots across the street to the south of Colonel Young Park
Housing 3 3.H.20 Colonel Charles Young Square Area Opportunities (Euclid and Prospect from East 40th to East 55th) develop on underutilized and vacant land along the Euclid Corridor with mixed-use (office, residential and retail) development, building off of the Euclid Corridor project and Colonel Charles Young Square
Housing 3 3.H.21 MidTown Mixed-Use District (south side of Euclid Avenue between East 69th and 71st Streets) opportunity to develop a new mixed-use neighborhood centered around the existing historic district and available land
Housing 3 3.H.22 Cedar-Central Infill Housing (between East 33rd and East 37th Streets, and Cedar and Central Avenues) opportunity for single-family infill housing strategy
Housing 3 3.H.23 Poets District Residential/Mixed-Use Development (East 55th Street east to the railroad tracks, between Cedar and Central Avenues) opportunity to implement large scale development strategy for single-family housing and the potential re-use of Ashland Road industrial buildings for multi-family development
Housing 3 3.H.24 (Removed)
Housing 3 3.H.25 Willow School Neighborhood (residential properties between Broadway Avenue and the rail lines between Martin and Fowler Avenues) opportunity for large-scale infill and rehabilitation of aging housing to complement future redevelopment of St. Michael Hospital site
Housing 3 3.H.26 St. Hyacinth Neighborhood (residential properties between East 55th Street and Kingsbury Run Valley between Butler and Hoppensack Avenues) opportunity for large-scale rehabilitation and construction of minor infill housing to complement new housing developments underway at nearby Waterman and Meyer’s Dairy buildings
Housing 3 3.H.27 Barkwill Park Neighborhood (residential properties between I-77 and Broadway Avenue, and between Czar and Hamm Avenues) opportunity for large-scale rehabilitation of aged housing and construction of minor infill housing on vacant lots
Housing 3 3.H.28 Former St. Michael Hospital Site (north side of Broadway Avenue between Pershing and McBride Avenues) opportunity for mixed-use, residential development
Housing 3 3.H.29 Broadway and East 55th Street Area (Broadway Avenue from East 55th to Morton Avenue) vacant land offers opportunity to construct higher-density housing (multi-family and townhouses) in conjunction with development of housing units on the upper floors of existing buildings
Housing 3 3.H.30 Dalton Avenue/East 52nd Neighborhood (area bounded by East 49th Street, Hamm Avenue, East 55th Street and the industries just north of rail trail) opportunity for large-scale rehabilitation of aging and boarded-up housing along with construction of minor infill housing
Housing 3 3.H.31 Bading Avenue (Bading Avenue to the east of Independence Road) underutilized parking lots offer an opportunity to develop new housing with great views of the downtown and the industrial valley
Housing 3 3.H.32 Warsawa Neighborhood (East 65th Street between Heisley and Fleet Avenues) opportunity to replace corner vacancies and obsolete structures with marketable single- and two-family homes and townhouses in conjunction with the concerted rehabilitation of historic structures in Warsawa Historic District
Housing 3 3.H.33 Union-Aetna Neighborhood (area bounded by the Morgana Run rail trail, MetroHealth Medical Center, Aetna Road and East 77th Street) opportunity for large-scale infill and new housing development on vacant lots along with the rehabilitation of distressed housing
Housing 3 3.H.34 East 71st Street (East 71st Street between Harvard and Broadway Avenues) opportunity to replace obsolete buildings with single-, two-family and townhouses.
Housing 3 3.H.35 Warner Road Neighborhood (Warner Road between Beman and Vineyard Avenues) opportunity to replace obsolete buildings between small retail nodes with new single- and two-family homes and townhouses in conjunction with developing housing units on the upper floors of historic mixed-use buildings