Cleveland's nuCLEus Project gains momentum

(Cleveland) - Stark Enterprises is moving forward with the nuCLEus project. 

The development is slated to open in 2019 at the corner of East 4th and Huron Road near Quicken Loans Arena. 

It will be a 2 million square foot mixed use building featuring restaurants and other attractions. Developers claim nuCLEus is the missing link, the magnetic force that will energize the streets and the hub that will connect Downtown Cleveland’s most prized assets and economic generators.

Tenants are to include Cleveland LIVE! which will feature dining and entertainment. HopCat, a  restaurant offering global and regional beers. Shake Shack, a burger joint, and Starbucks Reserve Bar Cafe. 

There will also be a parking garage, office space, and a hotel. According to Stark, nuCLEus will introduce laneways to downtown Cleveland, a unique form of urban place making originating in Melbourne, Australia.

 The laneway at nuCLEus will be a tight intimate space that offers al fresco eateries, one-off shops and cozy little bars, all nestled side-by-side in a unique alley setting with its own individual character and charm.

The aim is to appeal to millennials, capitalizing on their interest and attraction to Cleveland's downtown urban environment.

(Photos by Stark Enterprises)

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