Project 2009: Lakefront Station

Cleveland Design Competition

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The annual Cleveland Design Competition is an open, anonymous, single-stage, ideas competition founded as a tool for generating ideas around under-utilized sites and showcasing the talent of emerging designers on Cleveland's built and unbuilt environment.

Project 2009: Lakefront Station challenges entrants to propose designs for a Multi-Modal Transportation Center in Downtown Cleveland at the north end of the historic Mall. This new transportation center will provide the city with a state-of-the-art rail station ready to support high speed passenger rail service, a facility capable of integrating and balancing the needs of various transportation modes, and a pedestrian connector from the Mall to Cleveland's lakefront. The current site configuration creates a confusing juxtaposition of infrastructure, smaller transit facilities, rail lines, and largely un-useable residual land.

Eligibility All interested parties, including multi-disciplinary teams, are invited to enter unless specifically excluded. Entrants may submit as an individual or as a member of a team. Individuals and team members are not permitted to submit as an organization or firm. Firm names or logos associated with any submission will be disqualified. Team Submissions must designate a primary contact person for communication purposes only. Architects, engineers, landscape architects, urban planners, artists, students and others are all encouraged to enter.

Awards
First Prize: $5,000
Second Prize: $2,000
Third Prize: $1,000

competition website www.clevelandcompetition.com

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