Building on the Reconnection of Parks and Waterways along Cleveland’s Cuyahoga River

Urban Land Magazine, Daniel McGraw, July 20, 2018.
“In the last decade, Cleveland has done something of an about-face on its view toward its rivers and Lake Erie waterfronts. Historically, the city—like many others in the Midwest—had made industrial facilities, railroads, and freeways its primary use of waterfronts, rather than as open space and human-scale developments. Just as other industrial cities—Chicago, Cincinnati, and Pittsburgh to name a few—are leveraging riverside redevelopment around park space and active transportation, Cleveland is starting to see the fruits of that vision.”