Downtown Beachwood Rite Aid Proposal: Site Plan Maps
Posted by beachwoodhistoricalalliance on March 30, 2009
Posted below are the twenty-one pages of site plans and maps submitted to the borough by the developers of the downtown Rite Aid proposal. They have been posted here to enlighten borough residents and enhance their visual understanding of the size and scope of this proposal.
Further pages of documents and studies submitted to the borough will be made available over the coming week, as we alternate between their posting and the posting of various case studies involving Rite Aid and their ongoing plan to target important heritage and cultural sites at the heart of small towns across the United States.
Please note that the Beachwood Historical Alliance will also begin accepting stories, essays and arguments about the history of the downtown area and its preservation from all current and former borough and county residents to be posted here on the BHA Newssite and made available in any future uses it determines will contribute to the restoration, preservation and promotion of this area.
Submissions can be made to firstname.lastname@example.org. The BHA reserves the right to print or not print any submission it receives and to correct submissions for general spelling and grammar errors.
Click each image to view a large blowup on our Flickr account. To view even more detail, click the ‘Original’ link at the top of the Flickr page for an even larger view where details can be scrolled across and read.