Housing continues to make its inexorable push westward along Detroit Avenue in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood. The latest project is 4005 Detroit, a seven-story apartment building with ground-floor retail. Plans for the project were recently submitted to the city for approval.Read More
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The Gordon Park area on the East Side isn’t to be confused with the Gordon Square area on the West Side. Gordon Square is a populous, fast-growing, historic neighborhood. But the lakefront lands along and near Gordon Park could soon add “fast-growing” to its descriptions too, as first reported in a February NEOtrans article.Read More
Three developments featuring 11-story residential buildings are planned to rise in the coming months in Cleveland’s University Circle.
The Finch Group is proposing to build a mixed-use project called Infinium on the site of the Cleveland-East facility for the Centers for Dialysis Care (CDC), 11717 Euclid Ave., according to two sources.
Sometimes you just never know when the right ingredients will come together to turn what should be a hot development site into a hot development site. Consider Scranton Peninsula — a post-industrial setting just 1,500 feet as the crow flies from downtown Cleveland’s Public Square.Read More
The real estate market in Cleveland and especially downtown is shifting into a whole ‘nother gear.
Growth of the market combined with the advent of new financing tools, plus the dwindling supply of older office buildings available for residential conversion is making significant new construction more realistic.Read More
Tower City Center, formerly Cleveland’s main railroad passenger station, could soon enter its third incarnation — this time as a $150 million tech hub. Dubbed City Block, the hub would become an incubator for a variety of technology firms, ranging in size from Fortune 100 anchor companies to flash-in-the-pan start-ups.Read More
Recent real estate projects show the strength of the housing market in Cleveland, especially in certain neighborhoods accessible to downtown and the lake. New projects are taking at a stab at an undeveloped area for housing — East 55th Street and the Shoreway, just west of Gordon Park.Read More
Anyone who has tried to buy a high-quality, competitively-priced home in Lakewood in the last year or two knows the drill. The real estate search is one of the most difficult scavenger hunts you’ll play. Unless you’re willing to sacrifice many features you want in a home or make a high, all-cash offer, a Lakewood housing hunt is not a game for the impatient.Read More
A remarkable building boom is under way in Greater Cleveland. Because of a strong economic recovery that’s been picking up momentum here over the past five years, there are more large building projects in the metro area now than at any time in perhaps the past 50 years.Read More
Cleveland’s East Side, with one big exception, is a mess. It’s got some of the worst urban poverty in the United States and is the reason for Cleveland’s #2 ranking among America’s biggest cities in terms of percentage of residents living in poverty. Only Detroit outranks Cleveland in that regard.Read More