location:
cleveland, ohio

client:
MRN Ltd.

 

size:
 1 block

 

development:
500,000 sf

 

land uses:
retail, restaurants, entertainment, residential, & open space

East 4th Street

As a result of the Downtown Cleveland Master Plan, the future of downtown pointed toward a fundamental shift to the creation of neighborhoods and districts connected along key transportation corridors. East 4th Street, a one block, 40-foot wide street between Euclid Avenue and Prospect Street became an important location in the Gateway District of downtown. Located one block from the Quicken Loans Arena, home of the Cleveland Cavaliers, and Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Indians, and in close proximity to other cultural amenities in downtown, the goal of East 4th Street was to create a mixed use, retail and entertainment destination with residential units above. 

House of Blues sits as an anchor to an eclectic mix of retail tenants offering a food experience that is one-of-a-kind in Cleveland. With more than 250 different landowners, the project took more than a decade to implement, illustrating the importance of having a strong vision, belief in that vision, and the commitment to see it through.

The project depicted hereon is a project of Cooper Carry, Inc. Richard J Flierl was principal-in-charge of this project while employed by Cooper Carry, Inc.