Raymond (Ray) M. Tarasuck, Senior Counsel with Calfee’s Government Relations and Legislation practice group, was recently mentioned and quoted in an article titled "Cleveland Commission Gives First Approvals to Sherwin-Williams’ HQ Plans, Though Has Problems With Portions" by Eric Heisig on Cleveland.com.
The article discusses Sherwin-Williams receiving the first approvals from the City of Cleveland Landmarks Commission on its plans for a new downtown headquarters, in addition to feedback they received on other design plans that have not yet been approved.
"Ray Tarasuck, a member of the Landmarks Commission, asked if the design team considered putting retail along Frankfort Avenue instead."
“'That might be an opportunity, as well, as an entrance into the Warehouse District,' Tarasuck said. 'It just seems that if there was something drawing people towards that Frankfort Avenue, that pedestrian traffic would rather go that way then up West Third for that retail.'”
Read the full Cleveland.com article.
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