Old Brooklyn

Seeds & Sprouts 34 – McKinsey moving atop Key, Dunham Tavern adding green infrastructure, Brooklyn Polish hall to host Encompass Health, Nia’s Cafe to open on Kinsman

In this 34th installment of Seeds & Sprouts, we cover McKinsey & Co’s planned move to near the top of Key Tower, Dunham Tavern & Gardens adding green infrastructure, Brooklyn Polish American Home to host Encompass Health’s first foray into Northern Ohio, and Nia’s Cafe & Store plans open on Kinsman Avenue in Mount Pleasant.

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Seeds & Sprouts 32 – Glenville library turns page, Cliff Hangers to Clifton, Microcosm Publishing expands, PB Express’ Big Creek container yard

See the Glenville Branch library’s renovation plans, along with the proposed Cliff Hangers restaurant-bar on Clifton Boulevard. Meanwhile, Microcosm Publishing is expanding in Cleveland’s Lee-Miles neighborhood and PB Express trucking is planning a new shipping container terminal along the Big Creek in Old Brooklyn.

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City considers re-legalizing the city again

The city of Cleveland’s Board of Zoning Appeals’ docket regularly sees cases like this. On Monday, Sally Banks LLC will ask the board to allow it add a 1,100-square-foot addition to its popular Treehouse pub, 820 College Ave. in Tremont, without adding off-street parking spaces. It’s the second time the pub is expanding and it’s the second time it has had to go through the process of getting a variance to ignore the city’s zoning laws. Those zoning laws say the pub has to add an off-street parking space for every 100 square feet of new business space. The average cost per parking space to build a surface parking lot is $5,000, city data shows.

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It’s a big mystery, project

Mystery guest: will you enter and sign in, please? In borrowing that phrase from the long-running television show What’s My Line, NEOtrans has learned who the guest is and where they want to be. But we haven’t yet learned the “what” in terms of what they intend to bring. But according to permit applications filed last week with the city of Cleveland’s Building Department, it appears to be a very large project.

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Old Brooklyn development plan wins support

Plans for redeveloping the northwest corner of Pearl Road and Memphis Avenue in the heart of Cleveland’s Old Brooklyn neighborhood were set in motion yesterday when a Pittsburgh-based architecture and development firm and its conceptual plan were selected by the Old Brooklyn Community Development Corp. (OBCDC). Desmone, OBCDC and other neighborhood stakeholders pledged to work together in the first quarter of 2023 to turn the proposal into an real project.

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