The City and its partners are committed to engaging with and keeping the community informed about the Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook redevelopment. A series of focused community conversations pertaining to this vital project will be held in the coming months. Upcoming meetings include: Kick-Off Parking & Traffic Community Workshop – August 5 at 6:00 PM at the Lee Road Library and Public Spaces and Connectivity Open House – August 12 at 6:00 PM in the Atrium at City Hall. The full framework of meetings can be downloaded below (under July 2021). Materials from these meetings will be posted below as the timeline is updated . The City also welcomes comments from residents; a comments section is provided at the bottom of this page.
Updated Project Vision and Goals
Strengthen the Cedar-Lee District and businesses city-wide, provide a greater range of residential opportunities, and enhance the desirability of the City of Cleveland Heights through inspired new mixed-use development.
Goal #1: Promote Cleveland Heights’ rich legacy and progressive future
Objective 1: Build upon the strong sense of community here
Objective 2: Celebrate the approach that All Are Welcome
Objective 3: Realize the vision of multiple planning efforts, including the City’s Master Plan
Goal #2: Support Cedar-Lee businesses, residents and visitors
Objective 1: Design thoughtfully for the immediate context – buildings, public spaces, parking and infrastructure
Objective 2: Provide a coordinated construction process that openly communicates with owners, tenants, customers and residents
Objective 3: Welcome upwards of 300 new customers that live in the district
Goal #3: Provide new housing options for Cleveland Heights
Objective 1: Create options for residents who want to age in place
Objective 2: Provide new types of residential amenities that strengthen the city’s ability to compete
Objective 3: Build new homes within steps of the district’s rich offerings
Goal #4: Create integrated, inclusive and connected public spaces
Objective 1: Provide a range of flexible outdoor spaces that support different activities
Objective 2: Reflect the Cleveland Heights community through design and amenities (benches, landscaping, places to sit)
Objective 3: Incorporate community input and ideas
Goal #5: Capitalize on recent district investments
Objective 1: Fully utilize the parking garage and reimagine surface parking
Objective 2: Connect to the Lee Road streetscape
Objective 3: Reinforce recent storefront, building and campus renovation projects
Kick-Off Parking & Traffic Community Workshop
Lee Road Library
2345 Lee Road
Public Spaces and Connectivity Open House
City Hall Atrium
40 Severance Circle
- August 5, 2021 - Kick-Off Parking & Traffic Community Workshop Flyer (PDF)
City Council approves moving forward with Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook MOU.
- Revitalization of Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook Site Begins Press Release - June 29, 2021
- Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook Memorandum of Understanding (PDF) - Signed 7-13-2021
City Council has approved the start of negotiations on a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the development of the Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook site with Flaherty & Collins. The submitted proposal and presentation slides made to City Council are below:
- Flaherty & Collins Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook RFQ-RFP Response (PDF)
- Flaherty & Collins and City Architecture Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook Council Presentation Slides (PDF)
The City welcomes input from residents regarding the Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook. Please use the form below to submit your comments. Comments that have been submitted to the City may be viewed at the link below.
- Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook Compiled Public Comments - Updated 3/22/2021
Comments submitted to City Council in advance of selecting a development partner
Central to the City of Cleveland Heights moving forward with the Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook redevelopment is the sharing of community ideas. Recognizing that not everyone is able to participate in community meetings, we want to provide an additional online forum to gather feedback. A comment form is below. We have also provided a specific question to gather your feedback on. Please check back regularly, as we will be adding new questions periodically.
As the project moves forward, it is critical to support businesses, residents, and visitors through clear and timely communication. The City will maintain this Cedar-Lee-Meadowbrook webpage as a central location for information. What other ways do you prefer to receive updates and notices regarding this project?