Whats going on with Walker Weeks???

Posted by The Lohser Group Cleveland on Tuesday, November 27th, 2007 at 9:20am.

There has been a great many inquiries lately regarding the Walker Weeks Building and why people can't get in to look at condo space.  I thought I would shed some light on the situation.

 

At this point, the project has been put on hold, according to Amy L. Sheeler, the listing agent for the condominium project.  According to Amy, the developers of the project are re-evaluating which direction they want to move forward and have taken condos off the market until that decision is made. 

Stay tuned to my blog in the future and I promise to keep everyone up to date as information becomes available.

 

If you are not familiar with the Walker Weeks condominium project, it involves the conversion of one of Cleveland’s most historic buildings right around the corner to Cleveland State University 

Built in 1926 by the famous architectural designers FRANK R. WALKER and HARRY E. WEEKS who among other buildings designed the Cleveland Public Library, Cleveland Municipal Stadium, and the two huge pylon statues you pass while going over the Lorain-Carnegie Bridge.  The duo designed and worked out of this building from about 1926 to about 1950. 

 

If the units are put back on the market, they will feature the following, according to the developer;

 

  • 1 bedrooms, 2 bedrooms, penthouses and lofts available
  • 1-3 bedrooms, 1-3 baths
  • One and two level suites
  • Historic details include original Walker Weeks showroom units
  • New hardwood floors
  • Maple cabinets
  • New, energy-efficient windows
  • Green-built features
  • In-suite laundry
  • Internet, CAT 5, cable and satellite connection
  • High ceilings
  • Private sundecks on some units
  • Common roof deck
  • Heated, indoor parking
  • 12 year tax abatement
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