Thank you to the many partners who have contributed interest and involvement in the re-inCarnegie project! The planning period has ended, and the resulting plan was formally adopted by the Cleveland Planning Commission on Friday, December 6, 2019. View the final report here.
- The City of Cleveland has begun to implement the Carnegie Avenue Rehabilitation Project.
- Phase 1 includes E. 55th through E. 79th Streets. The project team held a public meeting on May 10, and the next public meeting will be held on October 3 to learn more about the construction plans.
- The project team plans to begin construction on Phase 1 in March 2023 and complete this phase by 2025.
About the Project
The City of Cleveland and MidTown Cleveland, with support from the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA), are partnering on a plan to re-envision the Carnegie Avenue Corridor.
- Re-envision the corridor’s identity
- Support economic development by promoting real estate reinvestment and transformative uses for the land
- Bring physical and aesthetic cohesion to the corridor
- Increase transportation options
- Determine the long-term vision for Carnegie Avenue
- Identify pedestrian and infrastructure improvements
- Identify land uses that complement nearby neighborhoods that promote walkability and transit use
- Encourage north-south connectivity for residents of Central and Fairfax to MidTown and beyond
- Identify key recommendations for equitable development and green infrastructure
Project Focus Area
The Carnegie Avenue Corridor Study will analyze transportation conditions from the Innerbelt to E. 105th St.
A future land use study will examine the area between E. 55th and E. 79th St.
re-inCarnegie Summer Open House
View footage and activity board highlights from the August 19, 2019 Summer Open House meeting.
Questions & Comments
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Steering Committee Members
Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc.
Campus District, Inc.
Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation
University Circle Inc.
Councilwoman Phyllis Cleveland
Councilman Blaine Griffin
MidTown Cleveland, Inc. Development Committee
City of Cleveland Department of Economic Development
City of Cleveland Division of Traffic Engineering
Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority
Ohio Department of Transportation
MidTown and Fairfax residents
Cleveland Food Hub
PNC Fairfax Connection