Crain’s Cleveland Features RDL Project
Cleveland May Gain Another Apartment Community at University Circle
Plans for development of a three-story market-rate apartment project adjoining Lake View Cemetery will go before Cleveland Planning Commission on Friday, March 18, according to the commission’s agenda.
The proposed $7 million complex of five buildings at 12408-12418 Euclid Ave. would replace a two-story retail-apartment commercial structure and two industrial buildings.
The site’s south and west sides border the cemetery, which dates from 1869 and includes the James A. Garfield Monument, the tomb of the 20th president of the United States.
The project is proposed by Perotti Development Co. Plans by RDL Architects of Shaker Heights indicate the project would consist of 57 suites, including a mix of efficiencies, studios and two-bedroom suites.
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