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Little Italy demolition OK’d, development plan tabled

It’s not Italy’s Leaning Tower of Pisa, but La Barberia University Spa, 12115 Mayfield Rd. in Cleveland’s Little Italy, has an obvious eastward lean to it. In fact, the only things keeping the 126-plus-year-old building from tipping into the Tavern of Little Italy next door are some support posts and an enclosure for an automated teller machine.

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Clinic razing historic ORCA House with ‘no plans’ for the site

Demolition crews hired by the Cleveland Clinic Foundation appeared this week along Chester Avenue between East 89th and 90th streets to begin tearing down three solid structures with a long history of charitable service in the city.

The structures — including two historic, converted houses — were part of the ORCA House’s rehabilitation center for adults suffering from addictions. The demolitions appeared to be a rush job, even though a Cleveland Clinic spokesperson said the large health care system has no plans for developing the property.

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Amazon plans delivery center near Slavic Village

Plans were submitted to Cleveland’s Department of Building and Housing for an Amazon Delivery Station offering at least 200 jobs to be located at 400 Heidtman Pkwy. in the Industrial Valley next to Cleveland’s Slavic Village neighborhood. However, not everyone at the city who was informed of the plans realized it was for Amazon – unless they read the fine print.

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Dream Hotel tower at Masonic Temple in Midtown planned

One thing’s for certain — the Coronavirus pandemic hasn’t slowed the rapid spread of plans for high-rise towers in Cleveland.
The latest is a proposed 19-story, $60 million Dream Hotel proposed to rise alongside the Masonic Temple, 3615 Euclid Ave. The project was announced today by investor Beaty Capital Group of Fort Smith, AR.

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Chester75 sounds University Circle’s boom in Hough

A significant, multi-phase residential development is proposed on the border of the Hough and Fairfax neighborhoods, in the vicinity of Chester Avenue and East 75th Street. It and other developments represent a continued spillover effect from booming employers and residential investments in neighboring University Circle.

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