Cleveland Heights Board of Architectural Review met on July 9, 2019 to review the latest plans from Flaherty & Collins. Thomas Jewell of cleveland.com wrote about the meeting, the results, and next steps: https://www.cleveland.com/community/2019/07/cleveland-heights-architectural-board-oks-concept-for-top-of-the-hill-project.html
Architect David Staczek discusses the power architecture has on our health.
Cleveland Heights City Council is scheduled to consider a Memorandum of Understanding for this project at its regular meeting scheduled for July 15, 2019.
Thomas Jewell from cleveland.com wrote this article: https://www.cleveland.com/community/2019/07/cleveland-heights-moves-ahead-with-cedar-lee-meadowbrook-site.html
An article by Thomas Jewell on Cleveland,com about the Community Meeting held on June 25, 2019 to review latest plans for the Top Of The Hill project.
Cleveland Heights has posted a video of the June 25th meeting that discussed the latest plans for the Top of The Hill project in Cleveland Heights.
You can view the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfFRNb21Ab8
Cleveland Scene discusses what has happened to the Uptown development and what the future looks like:
Freshwater Cleveland has a great article about the restoration of Harcourt Manor in the Chestnut Hill area of Cleveland Heights!
Cleveland Heights has released the latest drawings for the Top Of The Hill project. Copies are available for review at the Lee Road, Coventry, and Noble Road branches of the CHUH Libraries. The plans are also available on the Cleveland Heights website: https://www.clevelandheights.com/DocumentCenter/View/5124/2019_0621-TOH-ABR-Submittal?bidId=
Thomas Jewell, from Cleveland.com, reports on the delivery of petitions from the Committee For An Elected Mayor and reaction from Cleveland Heights City Council members: https://www.cleveland.com/community/2019/06/citizens-for-elected-mayor-drop-off-petitions-at-cleveland-heights-city-hall-to-forward-to-board-of-elections.html
Here is an update on the latest developments for the Bellfield-Grandview Parking Lot as reported by Thomas Jewell on Cleveland.com: https://www.cleveland.com/community/2019/06/cleveland-heights-turns-over-small-city-parking-lot-for-expansion-to-aid-top-of-hill-construction-schedule.html
Cleveland Heights has announced upcoming meetings at the Cleveland Heights Community Center to discuss plans for the Top Of The Hill project.
Tuesday, June 25, at 7:00 PM - Flaherty & Collins will the present the latest design to the public. Prior to the meeting, the revised plans will be available on the City’s website, and available for review at City Hall, the Noble Road Library, and at the Lee Road Library. Public comments can be made at this meeting.
Tuesday, July 9 at 7:00 PM - A Special Meeting of the Architectural Board of Review will be held to discuss the developer’s request for Final Approval of the proposed development. Design related comments can be emailed in advance to Richard Wong at firstname.lastname@example.org. Comments received by July 2 will be forwarded to the ABR in advance of this meeting.
If you have further questions please call 216-291-4868.
More information can be found on the city’s website: https://www.clevelandheights.com/988/Top-of-the-Hill
Cleveland.com reports on action taken by City Council with regard to the Lee-Meadowbrook project, and City Manager Tanisha Briley provides an update on Top of The Hill. City expects developer to submit final plans for review by ABR at one the July meetings with new plans available for review and comment 2 weeks before the meeting.
At the meeting of the Cleveland Heights City Council on May 20, 2019, City Manager Tanisha Briley said it is looking likely that ground breaking will be pushed back to 2020:
Citizens for Great Design has a survey of community views on the Top Of The Hill Project. As of April 26, 2019, we have received over 70 responses to the survey. We have pulled together the comments and have kept the identify of the respondents anonymous. You can access the comments here.
We trust the comments will help to you to understand what people are thinking about the project.
Cleveland Heights has announced that the Architectural Board of Review will review plans for The Top Of The Hill in project in two upcoming meetings.
On Friday, April 26,2019 at 9 AM in City Council Chambers at City Hall, ABR and Flaherty & Collins will hold an informal work session to to discuss the upcoming review of the project. The public is invited to attend, but no public comments will be held at this meeting.
ABR was scheduled to review the project at their scheduled meeting on May 7, 2019. Cleveland Heights has announced that the Top Of The Hill project will not be discussed at that meeting. We understand that the a special meeting will be scheduled for later in May for this discussion.
More information about the meeting schedule can be found here.
Cleveland Heights will be issuing new RFP/Q for this project. The project scope has also increased with the addition of the surface parking lot behind Lee Road businesses and stretching towards Wendy’s on Cedar.
Tom Jewell of Cleveland.Com has this article: https://www.cleveland.com/community/2019/04/meadowbrook-lee-site-back-on-market-with-expanded-footprint.html
Tom Jewell has written an article about the discussion at the Cleveland Heights Council meeting on April 15th regarding the Top of the Hill project: https://www.cleveland.com/community/2019/04/city-responds-to-citizens-for-great-design-top-of-the-hill-funding-gap.html