About Lighthouse Landing
Lighthouse Landing was a building complex proposed for construction in Cleveland, Ohio. The complex consists of two all-residential towers, Lighthouse Landing I and Lighthouse Landing II, and would have been built on a parking lot in the Flats of Downtown Cleveland. The two proposed structures would contain 22 and 18 floors, respectively, and stand among the tallest all-residential buildings in Cleveland upon completion. The developer never attempted to obtain approval from the city, and height figures were never released. Following threats of an eminent domain case, the Shaia family sold the parking lot in October 2006, and the property was incorporated into Scott Wolstein's plans to redevelop the Flats east bank.