Title: Top of the Hill Community Meeting
Location: Cleveland Heights Community Recreation Center
Description: A community meeting will be held at the Cleveland Heights Community Center on Tuesday, September 19th at 7 pm. to receive citizen’s ideas for the Top of the Hill Development at Cedar Fairmount with Flaherty & Collins and Liberty Develpment Company.
Start Time: 07:00 pm
Title: Top of the Hill Community Meeting
Perk Construction is removing the sidewalks in front of Cedar Grandview Building (Dave’s and Top Hat Cleaners) and Height Medical Building (The Fairmount to Luna Bakery Cafe) Plywood has been placed as temporary sidewalks for walkers. There is parking behind Heights Medical and Dave’s for their customers. You can also use back or side entrances off the parking lot for Dave’s, The Fairmount, Businesses in the Arcade, and Professionals in these buildings . All businesses on the South Side of Cedar Fairmount are open for business.
All businesses and professionals on the north side of Cedar Fairmount in the Heights Center Building, except for Liquid Planet are open. Liquid Planet has been temporarily closed due to construction. You can access from the front or back doors, Starbucks, Appletree Books, Vero, Reflections, The Pavilion Home & Floral, Cedar Fairmount Antiques, and Howard Hanna Realty. Parking is available in the Municipal Garage behind these businesses. Professionals can be accessed from the upper parking deck entrance front, or side entrances to the Heights Center Building. See map on the Cedar Fairmount website, www.cedarfairmount.org for other available public and private parking areas.
Other businesses along the north and south side of Cedar Road: Buffalo Wild Wings, Aladdins, KW Realtors, AT& T, Brueggars Bagels, Firestone, Sunoco, Chase Bank, Fifth Third Bank, Zoss, The Swiss Baker, Cl Barber Salon, and Nighttown are open. They have parking lots behind or adjacent to their businesses.
Thank you for your patience during the renovation of Cedar Fairmount Business District, and supporting the businesses.
Top of the Hill Project Update
The City of Cleveland Heights’ Top of the Hill project, located at the intersection of Euclid Heights Boulevard and Cedar Road, is moving ahead in the development process. City Council approved legislation to authorize the City to negotiate a memorandum of understanding, or MOU, with development partner Flaherty & Collins Properties at the Monday, May 15, 2017 Council meeting. Terms have been agreed to by both parties, and the MOU was fully executed on July 18.
The project now advances to the negotiation of a formal development agreement between the parties. A development agreement is much more detailed than an MOU and establishes the specific elements of the project as well as the process the development will follow towards final approval. A public meeting to update the community, answer questions and receive input from residents on this project will be held on Tuesday, September 19 at 7pm at the Cleveland Heights Community Center. Community engagement is a key element for a successful development project and input from citizens will be a vital ingredient in the final development agreement for this project. Anyone interested in this important project is encouraged to attend this community meeting.
The Top of the Hill development is expected to consist of a mixed-use project incorporating residential, retail, office components, a hotel and a parking garage.
More information regarding the Top of the Hill development can be found on the
Representatives from Flaherty & Collins Properties will be introduced at Cedar Fairmount SID’s Trustee Meeting on Tuesday, August 8th.
Title: Artist Reception: Karin Dijkstra
Location: Appletree Books 12419 Cedar Road Cleveland Heights, OH
Link out: Click here
Description: Meet Karin Marleen Dijkstra, who is a watercolor artist whose paintings explore the
heightened sense of wonder and magic that we are
immersed in as young children. Her work seeks to capture the intensity of a child’s way of experiencing the world
and how that echoes into adulthood. She hopes to encourage the momentary immersion of the adult self
in that magical childhood sensory world. Karin is Dutch-American and has lived in the Netherlands, South Africa, Switzerland, Scotland, and London, and she draws from
the cultures and landscapes of those places. She is a
graduate of Vassar College and Cleveland Heights High School and currently lives in Cleveland Heights.
Reception, Friday August 4, 6-8 pm
Join us for prosecco and cheese!
Start Time: 06:00 pm
End Time: 08:00 pm