TABLES / SEATING / CLADDING / BAR / JOCKEY BOX / BARN RE-BUILD
At 100 years old, this barn’s revitalization will allow for another century of admiration of the craftsmanship intrinsic to Northeast Ohio. Like the barn, everything in it is locally-made, sourced in the USA, and has a unique story to tell - care of Rustbelt Reclamation.
The wood that adorns the interior was harvested on-site from both the horse barn and a nearby mechanic’s barn. By using materials saved from the very property it sits on, the historic integrity of the structure was upheld and also reinvigorated with new purpose. Preservation of the building and re-use of materials that came directly from the horse barn itself were essential to the revival of this property. A once uninhabitable structure now showcases window and door casings, chair rails, a replica horse stall, and furniture fabricated with dimensional pine salvaged from the mechanics barn. In addition, the horse stall boasts an original door and what once was wall cladding, is now a decorative element as bead board. The light fixtures are period reproductions made in America using traditional techniques that have gone by the wayside for over 60 years.
Below is the 'before' photo of both the first and second floors of the barn. We would like to thank the following partners for their work in making the above, 'after' photos a reality: RSA Architects, Etling Contracting, Tri-County Electric Service, Gellin Construction, Ruple Builders and, as always, Hans Noble Design.
"Family-friendly Rock & Brews is rolling into The Colony with its quality American comfort food, local favorites and one of the area’s largest selections of international and craft beer. Guests are immersed in a rock-inspired experience with concert lighting, videos of some of the greatest rock concert moments of all time, rock art and a Great Wall of Rock featuring some of the biggest icons of the genre. Indoor and al fresco dining are available and even our four-legged rockers are welcome on our dog-friendly patio. Late night live music will also be available at this location. Rock & Brews at The Colony is owned and operated by multi-unit franchise partners Brett Anz and Perry Mann of R&B Southwest, LLC. The 8,950 square foot restaurant is located in the Grandscape Nebraska Furniture Mart development, close to the Sam Rayburn Tollway." - www.rockandbrews.com/location/the-colony/
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"The Home Plate Club, accessible by Diamond Box and Field Box Front Season Ticket Holders, is located on the ballpark's main level and behind home plate, providing great views of the action on the field.
The club included a full bar, access to a variety of new concessions options within the space and a glass front for prime viewing. The club will remain open after games, to offer Season Ticket Holders with access to an option to let traffic clear on high-demand games. Season Ticket Holder-only gates have been added at the Left Field and Infield gates." - cleveland.indians.mlb.com/cle
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"Relax with friends and cool off on a hot summer day at our beer garden featuring Great Lakes Brewing Co. The beer garden will have 8-10 beers available at all times, including Burning River Pale Ale, Dortmunder Gold Lager, Eliot Ness Amber Lager, Commodore Perry IPA, Edmund Fitzgerald Porter, seasonals and more!" - cleveland.indians.mlb.com/cle
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We invite you to build a story of your own by adding a chapter to the lives of these unique materials. From individual pieces to complete interiors, our designers and craftsmen draw on over 40 years of experience to create products that exceed expectation. We often work from a blank page but are equally adept at bringing customer-provided drawings and plans to fruition. Please contact our customer service group to get started.
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Grab some friends and head to The Corner. The new bar is the perfect place for the whole group. You'll find nearly 40 beers on tap including plenty of local and craft brews. Plus, a digital "Hometown Brews" beer wall on the second floor lets you choose the type and quantity of beer you want, then pour your own.
It's a uniquely Cleveland experience -- cheer on the home team while drinking craft brews in a bar made from wood and steel reclaimed from the old Columbus Road Bridge in the Flats. Working with Cleveland-based Rustbelt Reclamation, the Indians also incorporated bridge decking and hand-made sand-casting patterns recovered from a foundry formerly located on East 71st Street. It's all about bringing some of Cleveland into the ballpark.
The material that composes bar-top was salvaged from the Columbus Street Bridge. In 2013, the wood decking that otherwise would have ended its life in a landfill, was reclaimed and re-purposed by Cleveland-based furniture manufacturer Rustbelt Reclamation. This unique bar brings a part of our city’s history into this ballpark. From one landmark to another, the journey of this wood is symbolic of the industrious, innovative ways Cleveland draws on its past to create a promising future.
The high top tables are constructed with foundry patterns salvaged from Taylor & Boggis (T&B) Foundry and repurposed by Rustbelt Reclamation. The patterns were used to form the sand molds employed in the production of iron parts and components for Industry and were hand-made using mahogany and pine.
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Innova Living is a modern, amenity-rich residential community located in Cleveland's Greater University Circle neighborhood that includes convenient, onsite shopping and an exclusive 24-hour concierge service. Residence enjoy an all-inclusive community that's directly adjacent to Cleveland Clinic's main campus and in close proximity to Case Western Reserve University, University Hospitals, the VA and Cleveland's cultural institutions.
Who are you going to ask for the inside scoop on your visit to Cleveland? That guy outside the convenience store or the destination experts? by the Cleveland Visitors Center to get insider tips and info from self-described “Cleveland-gelicals” who maintain an unorthodox love affair with the city.
With pride in craftsmanship, respect for Midwest food traditions and local, organic sourcing, Urban Farmer redefines the modern Cleveland steakhouse. Our chefs build personal relationships with local farms, ranches and fisheries, bringing a taste of their dedication to the table and reaffirming the direct connection between land and plate all in a comfortable, stylish ambiance that is at once a tribute to the quaintness of a restored farmhouse and the urbane boldness of mid-20th century modernism.
FWD is Cleveland's premier pool club located on the river in the newly constructed Flats East Bank. With an outdoor design and members-only pool area, FWD is one of the most exclusive and innovative nightlife concepts in country. Our goal in creating FWD was to take nightlife to never before seen heights and give meaning back to VIP treatment.
Hermes Road Racing, a division of Hermes Sports & Events, manages and operates over 150 races throughout the Greater Cleveland area and Northeast Ohio. Additionally we manage numerous Susan G. Komen Race for the Cures throughout the country. From 5K races to half marathons, Hermes offers the finest races in town. For the runner and walker that wants to get out, socialize with friends and family, enjoy a fun experience and cross the finish line, check out the Chili Bowl Classic 5K Run, which kicks off the running season in February. Don’t miss the St. Malachi 2 Mile or 5 Mile Run in March and other exciting events including the Pigskin Classic (on the morning of the OSU vs. Michigan game), the Cleveland Turkey Trot (Thanksgiving morning) and our holiday Reindeer Run, which closes the season in December. If you’re a serious runner, you won’t want to miss our longer races, the Hermes Cleveland 10 Miler and the River Run Half Marathon. Links to information on each of the races can be found above. For a comprehensive list of the races you want to finish, check out our Race Calendar. When it comes to running in Cleveland, Hermes has the best races in town!
The Draft Room, is a new all-inclusive premium club and is one of several new premium clubs in FirstEnergy Stadium. Influenced by the bars found in the Ohio City neighborhood on Cleveland's near west side, the Club features a behind the bar keg wall and a large mural with images of Browns draft picks over the years. The updated premium seating is situated at the 50-yard line on the north side and consolidates what used to be a room split into a bar and a Browns Hall of Fame.
The Draft Room is part of a 2 year renovation plan that includes new signage and banners, makeovers on all of the concession stands and unique food offerings. Rustbelt Reclamation was commissioned for several projects in the stadium in collaboration with Interior Design firm Richardson Design, the Project Architect Gensler and the Construction Manager Turner Construction.
Rusbelt Reclamation was commissioned to provide pre-finished reclaimed material for the over 30ft tall keg wall. The material that was used to fabricate this towering keg rack was salvaged from a multi-family home at 2449 East 83rd Street in Cleveland, Oh. Built in 1915 in the Fairfax neighborhood of Cleveland, OH, the home contained five apartment units totaling 3,914 square feet of living space. The dimensional lumber salvaged from the structure and used in the construction of this keg rack is old growth Southern Yellow Pine.