Builders are proposing to show the area right into a mixed-use growth on Detroit Avenue in Gordon Sq..
CLEVELAND — Editor’s Be aware: The above video aired on September 16, 2020
Leaders from Cleveland’s Latino neighborhood gathered collectively within the Gordon Sq. neighborhood on Wednesday in an try to save lots of an necessary piece of historical past.
In-built 1900, Membership Azteca was a social corridor for the Mexican-American neighborhood from the early 1950s till the 2010s. Now there are plans to demolish the constructing to make method for brand spanking new growth within the neighborhood.
In a letter to the Cleveland Landmarks Fee, organizers to save lots of Membership Azteca underscore the significance of the constructing to the neighborhood and its heritage.
“Based mostly on the documented significance of the property to the Mexican-American neighborhood in Cleveland, the Cleveland Landmarks Fee should consider the detrimental impression that this potential demolition would trigger to the dwelling Mexican-American neighborhood in Cleveland and the erasure of historical past.”
Cleveland-based Bond Road Group is proposing to show the area the place Membership Azteca exists right into a mixed-use neighborhood growth alongside Detroit Avenue with retail, workplace area, and 122 flats.
You possibly can see renderings of the realm now, the overview, and what the “Waverly & Oak” challenge would appear to be beneath:
“I encourage the Cleveland Landmarks Fee to desk dialogue of demolition till due diligence is carried out to establish, doc, and resolve any opposed results that might happen to the Mexican-American neighborhood from the everlasting elimination of Membership Azteca from the Gordon Sq. district,” Jessica Wobig in closing her letter to the Cleveland Landmarks Fee.
You possibly can learn the letter beneath.
You possibly can watch the press convention from Wednesday beneath:
Editor’s Be aware: The beneath video aired on February 28, 2020