Allison Lukacsy-Love, AIA joined Euclid in 2016 in the Department of Planning and Development managing the $30M Waterfront Improvements Plan, a project that has garnered federal awards and national praise for its innovation and collaboration between public and private sectors. Her role includes designing, grant writing, and construction management of streetscape design, park space, and public art as well as event planning and serving as the staff partner to the city’s Architectural Review Board.
An architect by day, artist by night and community activist at heart, this Collinwood resident’s interactive, extroverted public art can be engaged with throughout Cleveland.
Allison curates 'Phone Gallery' - Cleveland's smallest art gallery - in a once abandoned pay phone box in the heart of the Waterloo Arts District. She launched Bus Stop Moves, Give Box CLE and created the #thisisEuclid Art Walk.
Allison is a licensed Architect with a professional degree from Carnegie Mellon University. Allison previously worked with real estate developer Geis Companies and StudioTECHNE Architects in Cleveland in addition to firms in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and Shanghai. She has an EcoDistricts certification and is earning her graduate degree in Urban Economic Development from Cleveland State University.
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