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Seeds & Sprouts 34 – McKinsey moving atop Key, Dunham Tavern adding green infrastructure, Brooklyn Polish hall to host Encompass Health, Nia’s Cafe to open on Kinsman

In this 34th installment of Seeds & Sprouts, we cover McKinsey & Co’s planned move to near the top of Key Tower, Dunham Tavern & Gardens adding green infrastructure, Brooklyn Polish American Home to host Encompass Health’s first foray into Northern Ohio, and Nia’s Cafe & Store plans open on Kinsman Avenue in Mount Pleasant.

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Cleveland’s Select Medical Fairhill Hospital to see major rehab

Just uphill from the Cleveland Clinic’s main campus, Select Medical Fairhill Hospital is seeking a significant renovation and partial conversion of its recovery-care hospital to provide rehabilitation services. The fate of this facility was unknown after Select Medical recently closed another facility near Downtown Cleveland.

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Port of Cleveland OKs $32M in site upgrades

Cleveland’s international water port took a significant stride this week toward the future as its board approved the allocation of $32.1 million in federal and state grants to help rehabilitate and modernize a key warehouse and upgrade electrical infrastructure at its General Cargo Terminal. This strategic move will ensure ongoing efficiency of port facilities and prepare the port for upcoming electrification efforts.

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Flats luxury finally coming home

It’s the type of housing development that could not be achieved in Cleveland’s Flats until now. And the proof of that statement rests with the multiple prior attempts at developing this site. While there’s still a ways to go, a big step forward was made on Friday when City Planning Commission’s Design Review Committee approved the construction of luxury housing and a retaining wall along Carter Road.

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Sherwin-Williams hits pause on HQ worker videos

After a construction worker’s videos from the top of the new Sherwin-Williams’ headquarters tower in Downtown Cleveland were posted on YouTube by a friend, the global coatings giant told the friend to delete the video and has clamped down on workers taking pictures of views from the construction site. This comes at a time when tradespeople complained to NEOtrans of an oppressive work environment and harkened back to a paint-mixing TikTok star who was fired four years ago by Sherwin-Williams.

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Ohio City, Tremont developments advance

While it’s tough to get financing for larger development projects anywhere these days, it is possible to add a meaningful number of housing units by dividing them up among smaller projects. That’s what Dalad Group of Independence and partner Property Advisors Group (PAG) of Beachwood are doing by pursuing more than 100 apartments on Cleveland’s near-West Side among a mix of new-construction and renovation projects.

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Sherwin Williams: ‘didn’t build tall enough’

From Sherwin-Williams’ C-Suite executives to construction workers taking their lunch break, more rumblings continue to emerge about what may follow the completion of the global coatings giant’s new headquarters west of Downtown Cleveland’s Public Square. And as time goes on, the rumors about a follow-on headquarters project are getting more detailed.

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The downtown tower that almost was

High construction and financing costs along with a longer move-in timeline doomed an intriguing new Downtown Cleveland headquarters building for a growing tech firm relocating from Mayfield Heights. Those construction market headwinds along with the rise in remote working led to Park Place Technologies finding an existing office campus next to Interstate 271 in Highland Heights near its current offices that fit its needs like a glove.

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