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New buyer(s) emerge for two Cleveland-area Ford plants

After one failed bid to acquire Ford’s Brook Park and Walton Hills plants, there is good news pointing to the eventual, productive re-use of both mammoth factories.

Ford Motor Co. last week entered the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Voluntary Action Program (VAP) for its Brook Park Engine Plant No. 2 that closed nearly 20 years ago, according to a source who was not authorized to speak publicly about the development.

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Developers, investors making big plays on Flats’ West Bank

Despite the economic slowdown, several prominent local and national developers and investors are making big real estate plays on the Flats’ West Bank, across the Cuyahoga River from downtown Cleveland. The end result could be a mix of buildings with mostly residential offerings and at least two of the developments possibly rising to 20 stories or higher.

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Cuyahoga River’s last grain mill to close; mill’s fate uncertain

The last grain mill left on the Cuyahoga River is due to close in July, leaving 24 workers to wonder about their employment future and the fate of the mill property. Those lost jobs include seven trucking and two railroad jobs who serve a mill that’s stood in the 1600 block of Merwin Avenue for more than 150 years.

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Lack of city hall tech risks making construction sector sick

On March 24, the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority’s (GCRTA) Board of Trustees did two things it had never done before.
One, GCRTA’s board voted to help form and partially own a unique public-private corporation to acquire and oversee development of its Ohio City Red Line station-area property in partnership with Carnegie Management and Development Corp.

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