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A preliminary site development plan for Medina Creative Housing’s Creative Living for Life project, planned on the Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland property at 2600 Lander Road in Pepper Pike, has been approved at a meeting of the Planning Commission and Pepper Pike zoning on August 1.

The project, which will serve adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, will be managed by Medina Creative Housing on the sisters’ property.

According to the approved plan, there will be 25 single-family units in the self-contained supportive housing community.






An example of what Pepper Pike residents might see if the Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland and Medina Creative Housing were allowed to build their Creative Living for Life development on the sisters’ property at 2600 Lander Road.




Pepper Pike City Council had given the Ursuline Sisters of Cleveland and Medina Creative Housing the go-ahead to launch their Creative Living for Life housing project at its Oct. 27 meeting.

Pepper Pike Mayor Richard Bain congratulated all parties at the October meeting. served by the creation of the housing project.

“My congratulations and best wishes to all those families who have waited very patiently through many meetings, many long meetings to get to this point tonight,” Bain said at the October meeting. “On behalf of the city, we wish you the best future for your families and the success of this project.”