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New Downtown Cleveland housing

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Cleveland hasn't built new downtown housing in years, and with the stale economy, there have been no major downtown building projects in Cleveland for at least the last 3 years. This is the first new construction of housing for this and will be in the Warehouse District, a hot spot downtown. All of Cleveland's housing between the late 90's until now have been conversions of old downtown buildings into condos and apartments. It's not a huge project, but it sure is welcome. pinnacle_lakeside.jpgPrices Starting in the $300s

Luxury new construction condominiums located in the Historic Warehouse District with panoramic lake views and incredible amenities

Roof gardens with swimming pool

Exercise facility

Panoramic Lake & City views

Large balconies

Granite countertops

Oak Hardwood floors throughout

Ceramic and marble baths

Spacious and light filled rooms

Contemporary design

2 indoor parking spaces

15 Year Tax Abatement

Reduced Interest Rate Financing

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It surely looks nice to me!!! We all love to see huge projects that succeed, but this won't happen until smaller-scale projects receive the proper support. In fact, the rendering shows a building 13-14 stories tall... That's not bad, at all. In fact, I would say this is a major project, although Cleveland may "deserve" an even bigger project. With $300,000 per unit, starting price, these condos aren't really cheap, but I would not be surprised if they sell like hot cakes.

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Great news for Cleveland! I count 13 stories....so, it's not huge, but still a good-sized project, especially for a city that hasn't seen anything in the way of new residential construction downtown in years. I sure wish Detroit could get something like that downtown....

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That's a very nice project I really like how it's designed and i think it will look good in Cleveland.

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Is an old building being torn down to make way, or is it being built on a parking lot?

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I was wondering that too, but forgot to ask in my post. Hopefully they are either incorporating an old building into the design or are building it on a parking lot.

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IMO it's a pretty nice looking building. It would be interesting to see a photo of the area.

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I'm glad this building will be filling a gap in an otherwise urban area. There's nothing I hate more than a surface parking lot in the middle of a major downtown.

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That building is sweet! I'd love for some glass and steel to be built in Providence. We seem to have a red brick fetish here.

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What a great looking project. In a way, it reminds me of the Ratcliff in Charlotte. What kind of prices does a place like that have in Cleveland?

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It says that prices start in the $300s. Not sure how high they go though.

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Looks awesome, hope things work out and it gets built. The Steel Belt is coming back strong!

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This is great to see. Downtown Cleveland has so much untapped potential. Hopefully this gets things going.

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The Avenue District site.

"The Avenue District will be a walkable neighborhood weaving seamlessly with The Theatre, Gateway, Civic, and Lakefront Districts and right next door to Cleveland State, and the Galleria."

http://www.theavenuedistrict.com/newlayout/

This is an awesome looking proposal with big city feel. :)

So I noticed the original posting for this building was in 2004. Was this building ever constructed?

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Pinnacle Condos quick update. The condos that are on sale range from 365,000 to 1,368,000 dollars. It is about 70% occupied and with the purchase of the condo you get a 15 year tax abatement. You can get more info on these condos Pinnacle.

Here are some interior pictures

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