With Cleveland being listed by the U.S. State Department as one of 19 cities suggested for resettlement of Afghan and Iraqi refugees, numerous local organizations are ramping up efforts to attract as many as possible in light of the crisis in Afghanistan. But they need your help as soon as possible.Read More
NEOtrans business, development, real estate, construction and market trend news from the East side of Cleveland
Office spaces are appearing in some unusual places and disappearing in the places where we’d traditionally expect to find them. What will the future of the Cleveland office workplace will be like?Read More
Putting more residents, jobs and services next to existing rapid transit boosts Greater Cleveland’s quality of life. More real estate developers are recognizing the value to them from investing next to transit, as well as the growing number of public incentives to make those investments. In 2019, Mayfield Station Apartments was rising next to the new Little Italy-University Circle Red Line rail station. More developments like this are happening at more stations in Greater ClevelandRead More
Two significant lakefront developments near Gordon Park were put on the back burner by their developers during the depths of the pandemic. But now, both developers are bringing their projects forward to get them cooking again.Read More
St. Vincent Charity Health Campus is the subject of a masterplan effort to identify new services, programs and partners that may be added to the existing services at hospital’s main campus next to downtown Cleveland.Read More
This is the Seventeenth edition of Seeds & Sprouts – Early intelligence on Cleveland-area real estate projects. Because these projects are very early in their process of development or just a long-range plan, a lot can and probably will change their final shape, use and outcome.
Cleveland Cavaliers team shop to get facelift.
Minute Men Staffing publicly releases HQ expansion plans.
Two townhouse projects planned, east and west.
State lawmakers overwhelmingly passed a compromise two-year budget bill tonight that included a provision to double the dollar amount and duration of a new tax credit program to boost real estate megaprojects in Ohio’s largest urbanized areas.Read More