Farewell to Haiku. Eighteen years you helped Short North. More than earned a break.
Haiku, a near-20 year establishment of the Short North, is closing indefinitely on December 10. Owner Paul Liu and his daughter Josephine, who also works there, said the timing is just right. After abandoning plans to redevelop the site’s parking lot, Liu accepted a proposal to transform the entire space into a 10-story hotel and […]
A year ago, Paul Liu, Owner of Short North sushi restaurant Haiku, was considering different concepts for the redevelopment of the parking lot located next door to his popular establishment. Today, an updated plan has been revealed from local developers at Crawford Hoying to rebuild the entire site into a ten-story hotel and office building. […]
Yesterday, we published an update on a new Short North development proposal at the intersection of Hubbard and High. The concept, presented by WSA Studio, was called a “study” being considered by a local development team, but it was mentioned that another design was also being considered. Later in the afternoon we learned that the […]
Update: CLICK HERE for more information on an alternate proposal that has been submitted to the Italian Village Commission for review. In March, the owners of Haiku and representatives from Elford Development met with the Italian Village Commission for preliminary input on potential infill at the southeast corner of Hubbard and High, a prominent Short […]
Last week’s monthly Italian Village Commission saw the review of many large-scale developments along Fourth and Summit Streets, but only one large development on High Street. Project applicants from Elford Development and the Liu family (owners of Haiku) came before the commission to seek guidance on the appropriateness of developing their surface parking lot at […]