Where/how are plans available
The Cleveland Restoration Society (CRS), with the support of our partners the City of Cleveland, Council Member Richard Starr (Ward 5), and Burten Bell Carr Development, Inc., is issuing a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to select a real estate development firm for the redevelopment of the historic Dall-Mays houses at 2225 and 2229 E. 46 Street in the Central neighborhood of Cleveland (PPN-103- 24-043 and 103-24-042).
Included are up to sixteen (16) vacant adjacent land parcels from the City of Cleveland Land Bank (see attached letter with individual parcel numbers) that could support new construction.
The RFQ process will identify a “short list” of qualified real estate development firms that will be invited to submit redevelopment proposals for further review and consideration by a committee of community stakeholders. CRS will facilitate the RFQ/RFP process.
The deadline for a response to this RFQ is 5:00 pm on October 11, 2023
The Cleveland Restoration Society is a 501(c)(3) private non-profit organization founded in 1972. Our mission is preserving, protecting, and celebrating historic buildings and places that foster vibrant and inclusive communities. We envision a future where our architectural and cultural heritage is recognized as essential in sustaining diverse and thriving communities.
Dall-Mays Taskforce, a OCRS task force, comprised of Cleveland Restoration Society staff, City of Cleveland staff, board members, lawyers, architects, contractors, historians, preservation experts, community stakeholders and real-estate professionals, are working in partnership to achieve the redevelopment of the historic Dall-Mays houses and adjacent land properties. Currently, CRS has established a clear path to ownership working with the Cuyahoga County Land Bank and expects to take title to the Dall-Mays houses by year end 2023.