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W. 25TH STREET INITIATIVE

Abstract: The West 25th Street Corridor Initiative is a collaborative planning effort for West 25th Street The goal of this initiative is to build on the area’s existing assets, in particular those represented by west side anchor institutions (both for-profit and nonprofit) and to catalyze the revitalization of the corridor and its adjacent neighborhoods.

This initiative is an effort to identify and leverage development opportunities along West 25th Street based on current plans and proposed investments, particularly around the MetroHealth campus and other key nodes along the corridor. This report summarizes the recommendations for physical development in the corridor, developed by Kent State University’s Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative and Little Jacket Inc.; the economic development issues are summarized in a separate report, prepared by the Democracy Collaborative.

Results & Findings: Report

Categories: Master Plans, Streetscape

 

 
   
 
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