THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 05, 2015|
When you tour the latest urban living options in Cleveland, the list of upscale features and luxury amenities begin to feel ubiquitous and delightfully dizzying. Polished concrete. In-suite laundry. Stainless steel, energy-efficient appliances. Soft-closing cabinetry. Corian countertops. Granite finishes. High ceilings. Exposed columns, ducts and brick.
New views, revived appreciation of The Shoreway
Being close to the waterfront is another perk not offered in many residential buildings in the city proper. It’s something The Shoreway likes to emphasize. A public pedestrian tunnel under Route 2 gives residents easy, walkable access to the beach.
Standing on the 5,000-square-foot rooftop deck of The Shoreway, developer Jesse Grant scans the lakefront, the red lettering on the Battery Park Powerhouse and the city skyline.