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PearlBrook shopping center to be razed

An historic retail strip where Cleveland meets Parma, but was often better known for its cinematic and musical neighbors, is due to be demolished. In place of the PearlBrook shopping center will be a Sheetz gas station and convenience store, plus some identified future development just north of it. The center, located at its namesake Pearl and Brookpark roads, has been the space between two places ever since it was built.

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Stokes West plans revised, gains support

A largely vacant triangle of land in the southern part of Cleveland’s University Circle could see construction of a 261-unit residential development start by year’s end. But the part of the triangle that still has a building on it has been a source of debate for the community.

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Bridgeworks design to be re-refined

Development team members of a proposed high rise in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood are going back to the drawing board again. While this redesign may be less significant than the last one, done to bring Bridgeworks’ costs in line with available financing, its impact on the residential-hotel-retail project’s $60+ million budget is not yet known.

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Cleveland Hts. monastery site remake revealed

The redevelopment of a former monastery at Lee Road and North Park Boulevard in Cleveland Heights with upscale housing is finally moving forward after nearly three years of planning. Conceptual plans for the project, to be called the Wellington Mews, are scheduled to be presented to Planning Commission at 7 p.m. April 13.

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Shaker Square apartments project revived

Citing a lack of a modern apartments at Shaker Square, Paran Management Company Ltd. is reviving its plan for constructing a multi-family building next to the historic mixed-use neighborhood center. But the plans come with a new angle — preserving the historic office and commercial structures at the southwest corner of Shaker and Van Aken boulevards.

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