Cleveland Landmarks Commission Approves Demolition of Detroit Chateau Apartments, Paving Way For New Projects

By Steven Litt, cleveland.com

The Cleveland Landmarks Commission voted unanimously Thursday to approve the demolition of a badly aging, 1920s brick apartment building in the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood.

The demolition of the Detroit Chateau building, will be the first step toward construction of a bigger apartment building.

The new building will be joined with a new branch of the Cleveland Public Library that would replace the 1967 Walz Branch on and adjacent to the east.

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