Cleveland Fire Station 21, and its fire boat have been in a "brown out" for more than four years, but now with growing east bank development, residents and businesses owners want it reopened.
CLEVELAND - Those awaiting the much-anticipated skate park in Cleveland's Flats will have to wait a bit longer due to unforeseen problems on the site.
The Crooked River Skate Park is to be built along the Cuyahoga River near Columbus Road at Rivergate Park.
The discovery of underground structures in the area mean the skate park may have to be moved away from the river or the snake run portion may have to be built more above the ground to keep its current location.
The original 15,000-square-foot design was conceived by the city of Cleveland and Grindline, a skate park design company from Seattle.
Cleveland's only downtown skate park, behind the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, closed in 2010 .
A public meeting seeking input on alternative designs will be held this Wednesday, July 24 at 6:30 p.m. at Rivergate Café at Rivergate Park, 1785 Merwin Ave.
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Those awaiting the much-anticipated skate park in Cleveland's Flats will have to wait a bit longer due to unforeseen problems on the site.
The Willeyville officially opened its doors to the public Thursday morning.
The first phase of the Flats East Bank is nearly complete with the opening of the Aloft hotel and the Ernst & Young office building this week.
The development project in the east bank of the Flats in downtown Cleveland is on schedule and bringing much-needed work to area residents.
More restaurants and retailers have joined on to set up shop as part of the Flats East Bank development project.
Cleveland's newest high-rise marked a major milestone with the topping off of the 23-story office building that is the focal point of the Flats East Bank development project.
For the most part, the East Bank of the Flats resembles a ghost town. But the 23-acre East Bank of the Flats is moving right along, its first phase of construction under way.