Jennifer Coleman Interview, November 10 2006

Jennifer Coleman, a native Clevelander, works as an architect in the city and is the founder of CityProwl, which provides free audio tours for downtown Cleveland. In this 2006 interview, Coleman, who resides in Euclid Avenue's Midtown district, provides a unique perspective of the Euclid Corridor Transportation Project. She speaks about the buildings along the whole of Euclid Avenue and the development of the street throughout history. In offering her opinion on the continued improvement of Cleveland, she stresses the importance of a walkable city, a cohesive development plan, and a population that embraces its diversity.

~ “Jennifer Coleman Interview, November 10 2006,” Cleveland Voices, accessed June 24, 2017, https://clevelandvoices.org/items/show/1840.

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Source: engagedscholarship.csuohio.edu
Subjects: architectsarchitectureMidtowntourismEuclid Corridor ProjectEuclid Avenueurban planningurban designOral History

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