Cleveland Lakefront Master Plan
Steamship Mather Museum
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
U.S. Coast Guard Station
Port Authority International Docks
Great Lakes Science Center
Burke Lakefront Airport
N. Marginal Rd.
Erieside Ave. Shoreway / SR2
Pedestrian Connector/ Multimodal Project
City Hall E. 9th Street
W. 3rd Street
Flats East Bank Mixed Use Development
St. Clair Ave.
Bringing the city to the water
Architect: Van Auken/Akins
Perkins Eastman Purpose: -Provide walkable, dense, mixed use urban fabric -Design for all seasons -Focus on a water plan -Learn from Cleveland precedent -pursue incremental development plan
St. Clair Ave.
Cleveland Downtown Lakefront Plan April 2012
For years, the city of Cleveland possesed prime waterfront space but left the majority undeveloped. The construction of the Browns Stadium was a key step in the move forward to bring attention to the waterfront. The next step would be to bring the public closer to the water. The proposed master plan divides up the area into key subdistricts diagramed in this section. Each subdistrict has its own identity that contributes to the whole plan. The ultimate goal is to add another layer of value to the building environment.
-Port Authority International Docks -Harbor West -North Coast Harbor -Downtown Lakefront Concourse -The Mall -Erie Street Festival Pier -Burke Development District
Burke Development District Create a unique office campus setting between East 9th Street and East 18th Street. The proximity to the Burke Lakefront Airport allows for linkages to general aviation services.
PRIMARY ARTERY SECONDARY ARTERY WATER CIRCULATION TRAIN CIRCULATION
PEDESTRIAN ROUTE RTA MAIN ROUTE
Burk Lakefront Master Plan