CLEVELAND – Sherwin-Williams submitted the second of a three-phase design plan to the city of Cleveland on Tuesday for review and approval of its next scheduled world headquarters.
The submission shows renderings of what the downtown Sherwin-Williams campus will look like.
The business design process takes place in three phases. They are:
The first phase was submitted to the city on July 1 and gave a first glimpse of what the company had in mind. It detailed a 36-story tower near the public square as well as a pavilion and a parking lot.
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Today’s brief shows what these buildings will look like.
This is what the tower and pavilion could look like as seen from the public square:
And here is an overview of the pavilion hall from the public square:
Another look at the pavilion, this time from Superior Avenue:
Here is a view of the Tower Lobby from West 3rd Street and Superior Avenue:
Here is the pavilion lobby and skybridge as seen from West 3rd Street:
Here is the lobby and tower pavilion as seen from Superior Avenue near West Prospect Avenue:
Another view of the pavilion from West Roadway:
And the final look comes from Frankfort Avenue and West 3rd Street:
City officials will hold a meeting on the diagrams and renderings pictured above on September 14. The final submission is scheduled for November.
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