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Plans for downtown's nuCLEus project to go before Cleveland Planning Commission Thursday

nuCLEus project plans presented to city
Posted at 6:23 PM, Mar 13, 2019
and last updated 2019-03-14 18:00:17-04

CLEVELAND — Plans for Cleveland's newest downtown development move before the City Planning Commission on Thursday as the developers of the project present their plans for schematic design development approval.

Stark Enterprises announced last week that they were moving forward with the project, first announced in 2014, which will be built on the parking lot directly north of Quicken Loans Arena. The hope is to break ground on the project in August.

The nuCLEus plan creates two parallel towers with 80,000 sq. feet of commercial space, 350,000 sq. feet of residential space and 400,000 sq. feet of Class-A office space. The mixed-use plan for nuCLEus has two distinctive towers, both containing 24 floors. The first tower will consist of residential units capping out at 310 ft tall and the second tower will consist of efficient Class-A office space above retail, social gathering spaces, dining, entertainment, and parking capping out at 353 feet tall.