Saturday, March 04, 2006

4600 Euclid Avenue

Reported in the February 3rd Planning Comission Report, there will soon be new construction a the site of a building that burned down during rehab. This is near the Agora Theater - right next door. These are a an elevation and a conceptual rendering of the building. Expect this conceptual to be pretty much right on, since Paul Volpe, et al, asked for final approval from the Commission.















(I keep forgetting to do this. Apologies) Photo Credits: City Architecture - 2006



Stay tuned for this weeks Planning Commission notes... probably after Wednesday as I have a midterm to study for.

7 comments:

Frank A. Mills said...

Why can't we have a building that makes a statement? None here, at least in my opinion. Cleveland needs some imagination to raise above the crowd, where is it?

Mr. Good Day said...

I'm just glad that this won't sit as an empty pit for a decade. A fire like that can really discourage a developer and tenant! It's the same tenant that was originally slated to go in, right?

Scott said...

I think this building is a fine peice of architecture - considering the architectual statements that are surrounding it, it orriginally was to be adaptive reuse and it is a multi tenant office building.

MGD, it is the same developers and tenants.

auraboros said...

Thanks for the "update." The last time I was in Cleveland, there were 'lotsa-vacant-lots' ready for enlightened in-fill. Also, I really like the "storefront-art-program." To paraphrase: "If you [project] it, they will come..."

Scott said...

You are welcome.
You should come back.

Anonymous said...

Could be worse, I guess. At least it's friendly to the street, lots of light and variety.

Scott said...

I could not get the rendering of the building at night. It looks very nice with the lighting coming up from below.