This April 28, 2015 article by Steven Litt of The Plain Dealer, “Three finalists chosen in national design competition to improve areas below the Main Avenue Bridge” covers a national competition held by the Downtown Cleveland Alliance. Three finalists were announced from a field of 51 landscape architecture firms in a project to beautify the portion of the Flats beneath the Main Avenue Bridge.
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This September 20, 2017 article by Steven Litt of The Plain Dealer covers the pedestrian bridge as proposed by Boston architect Miguel Rosales. The Rosales bridge design would take advantage of the area just north of the Mall. It would fly over railroads and the Shoreway, touching the ground at one point with a V-shaped tower that would support a majestic array of cables and a curved, 900-foot-long walkway. The design would theoretically leave a great deal of land optn for development around the bridge’s central tower.
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“The demolition of the FirstEnergy plant presents Cleveland a unique opportunity to return neglected Gordon Park to its glory days, but a few obstacles stand in the way.”
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“Brian Zimmerman and Dick Clough are untiring champions of Cleveland’s lakefront parks.”
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“The FirstEnergy lakefront power plant site would host parks, housing, gardens and more according to development scenarios outlined Tuesday by the planning firm of CRTKL.”
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