By Jordyn Grzelewski, The Plain Dealer
After numerous stops and starts, the much-anticipated nuCLEus project in downtown Cleveland is again moving forward, but this time in a scaled-down version.
New renderings for the project planned for the city’s Gateway District were filed with the city late Thursday afternoon.
Gone is the 54-story tower that would have ranked among the city’s tallest buildings.
Instead, developer Stark Enterprises of Cleveland, with joint-venture partner J-Dek Investments Ltd. of Solon, is proposing a pair of 24-story towers, one about 40 feet taller than the other, that would sit atop a six-floor parking garage."