CLEVELAND — Developers showed the Cleveland Landmarks Commission the concept plan for Phase 2 of the Tremont Oaks project, located on West 14th Street just north of Lincoln Park.
The new building will look much like Phase 1, which put eight apartments within blocks of Tremont restaurants and attractions. So far, the units are available for short-term rental bookings through companies like AirBNB and Airriva.
Developer Rick Maron told the Landmarks Commission that he would have to talk to community members more before deciding how the Phase 2 units would be occupied.
The back of the Phase 2 building had to be rounded off to respect the property line behind the property where I-90 runs northbound into Downtown Cleveland.
Designers say they updated the northern side of the building to add more windows after feedback from the community that previous designs would have been too harsh as an entry into the neighborhood. Renderings show landscaping along the road around a parking lot for the units.
“From an urban planning perspective, I think this achieves the goal of making Tremont a more desirable view as you come down the road,” said Maron.
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