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Family Dollar Sale in Cleveland’s Ohio City is Bid to Preserve Affordable Retail Amid Growth
In Cleveland’s Superior Arts District, Development Activity Stokes Optimism
Electronic Merchant Systems to Move HQ, 180 Jobs to Downtown Cleveland from Independence
Playhouse Square to Lift Curtain on 34-Story Apartment Tower
Playhouse Square to lift curtain on 34-story apartment towerhttp://realestate.cleveland.com/realestate-news/2018/03/playhouse_square_to_lift_curta.html
Downtown Cleveland Zoning Tweaks Shift Height Limits
Great Lakes Brewing Co. buys Scranton Peninsula Land for Potential Expansion
Topgolf Constructing Third Ohio Location Near Cleveland
NOACA signs agreement with Hyperloop Transportation Technologies to explore Cleveland-Chicago routes
Opportunity Corridor is back on Track for 2021 completion
Statler Arms Apartments in Downtown Cleveland sold to Millennia for $40 Million
Historic First United Methodist Church at 30th and Euclid Avenue in Cleveland to go up for auction
Contenders for Amazon HQ2 project - Cleveland out but Columbus still in
Global Center for Health Innovation showing signs of life
Electronic Merchant Systems to move HQ, 180 jobs to Downtown Cleveland
Cleveland Athletic Club ready to start conversion
Protected bike lanes projects in Cleveland
Inca Tea owner pioneers development of Cleveland neighborhood, buys 7 buildings in Slavic Village
Greater Cleveland Partnership and Team NEO release Amazon HQ2 pitch videos
Tech Firm to buy RTA Garage in Old Brooklyn
MCPc will buy RTA Garage in Cleveland’s Old Brooklyn
Children’s Free Care Fund Charity Event
Hunting Valley Mansion sells for $4.8M
Corporate Services Promotions
Duluth Trading opens 2nd Store in Ohio
Carnegie Management emerges as likely developer of Lakewood Hospital Site
John Hartness Brown complex sells after years of litigation
Medical Mutual buys Downtown Cleveland HQ
Downtown Cleveland Celebrates Milestone of 15,000 Residents
Scott Wolstein eyes Flats East Bank for phase 3
Retail is Alive and Active—but Changing Shape
The demise of brick and mortar retail has been widely reported over the past several months. Although there have been many stores closing or filing bankruptcy, there is proof that retail is still alive and active, but is being reshaped from conventional standards...
Real estate service firms move, grow and change
Preservation tax credits energize Cleveland’s aging urban landscape
Court ruling eases path for sale, redevelopment of Cleveland’s John Hartness Brown complex
On Thursday, the Eighth District Court of Appeals upheld a lower court's 2016 decision to green-light the sale of the empty Euclid Avenue buildings, which were earmarked years ago as the potential site of a Le Meridien hotel.
Richmond Town Square isn’t at Core of Firm’s Plans
A peek into the potential future of Richmond Town Square, the 1 million-square-foot mall in Richmond Heights, has been provided by WP Glimcher Co., the Columbus-based real estate investment trust that owns the property.
Start of $62 million apartment tower in downtown Cleveland set for June
New Key Center Owner Plans Outdoor Plaza Overhaul (photos, renderings)
The Millennia Companies, which bought the Key Center complex for $267.5 million in late January, hopes to start an outdoor plaza overhaul in May. The landscaping project is likely to coincide with lobby renovations at the 57-story skyscraper, which looms over downtown Cleveland’s Public Square.
Home Depot in Highland Heights sells for $18 million
Through an affiliate, Dallas-based Spirit Realty Capital (NYSE: SRC) paid $18 million to nail down ownership of the Home Depot building at 6173 Wilson Mills Road in Highland Heights, according to Cuyahoga County land records.
Pinecrest Development Adds Two more Retailers
Mars Electric moving to Mayfield Village
Mars Electric Co., a distributor and wholesaler of electrical supplies, plans to double the size of its central warehouse and headquarters in a move to 110,000 square feet in Mayfield Village from its longtime Willoughby home.
Breweries are Breathing New Life into Vacant Buildings Across Northeast Ohio
Amazon Expected to Open Downtown Cleveland Package-Pickup Store
Cleveland Live! Will Anchor nuCLEus Project Retail; Shake Shack, HopCat, Starbucks Sign On
Stark Enterprises has inked deals with a cluster of retail tenants new to this region, with Cleveland Live! taking a marquee space. The Cleveland-based developer also announced leases with Shake Shack, a burger joint opening its first Ohio location
Developer Proposes New Restaurants, Retail in Fairlawn
Hyland to Expand Headquarters in Westlake, adding 300-plus Jobs
MLB All-Star Game could be an Economic Home Run for Cleveland
Nestle USA bringing 300 Jobs to Solon as part of HQ Relocation to Virginia
Nestle USA announced today that it is moving 300 technical, production and supply chain jobs to the Solon plant as part of the company's plan to relocate its headquarters to Arlington, Virginia, from Glendale, California.
Key Tower Returns to Local Ownership, with $267.5 Million Sale to Millennia Companies