This is an interactive map of the E. 105th - E. 93rd and Bukeye Target Zones. The target zones in this east side area include Superior Five, Woodland Hill Estates, Shaker Blvd. TOD and Faith Community.
This is an interactive map of the Opportunity Corridor Development Zones. The target zones in this southeast area include the New Economy Neighborhood, E. . 79th Development Zone, Core Job Zone, Urban Ag Zone and the Slavic Village TOD
E 79th Street is being studied to identify opportunities for improvement between Woodland and Carson Avenues. The study will focus on creating an environment that is safe and aesthetically pleasing for people, current and future, traveling along E 79th Street using multiple modes of transportation; walking, biking, auto and bus.
The two RTA transit stations along this corridor give this study special significance to improve the pedestrian experience. A number of planning studies, redevelopments and infrastructure improvements have been completed around this area including:
Community Apartments redevelopment
NEORSD's green infrastructure
Woodland Ave. resurfacing
CMHA's Heritage View Homes
E 79th Street bridge replacement
Single family home development – Minnie/Colfax
Hillside Park study and improvements
Kinsman Road Traffic Calming Study
BBC's residential development plan
Improvements called out in City Planning's E 79th Street Transit Oriented Corridor Study will be catalytic to influence future development. The residential housing strengthened between Colfax Road and the Blue Line station fits into a Transit Oriented Development model. Opportunity for neighborhood scale retail development or office spaces are fitting for E 79th between the two RTA stations. The smaller scale buildings will build a contextual relationship between residential neighborhoods and light manufacturing fabric.
Key strategic next steps by the City of Cleveland and Partners:
Strategies for entrepreneurship and inclusive innovation