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Lakewood’s East End gets some refreshments

Several properties at Lakewood’s East End have changed hands recently, resulting in new investments that are due to turn underutilized structures into productive buildings once again.
The latest and largest transaction occurred Oct. 16 when Jim Miketo, owner of Forest City Shuffleboard in Ohio City, acquired a three-story, 101-year-old, mixed-use building at 12501 Madison Ave., county records show. It recently hosted the Madison Bi-Rite grocery store and Silhouette School of Dance.

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Sherwin-Williams HQ and CEO are finding new homes

If you were the chief executive officer of a major corporation that is about to build a new global headquarters in a new location, would you build a brand-new mansion for your primary residence right now? And if you did, where would you build it?

Chances are, you’d probably build it in the same metro area where your new headquarters will be located.

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Market Square project to shrink by about one-third

Without state financing and a tax exemption for its project, the developer of a $175 million, mixed-used development has decided to scale back the project by about one-third – at least at the outset.
Harbor Bay Real Estate Advisors, LLC is hoping for the city to approve a conventional, 15-year, 100-percent tax abatement for the residential portion of its Market Square project. If that happens, a seven-story apartment building with ground-floor retail

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