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Cleveland, redefined

Perhaps you’ve noticed it on the license plates of cars in your neighborhood. Perhaps you’ve noticed it while shopping for a new house. Perhaps you’ve noticed it in the new faces at your child’s school. Perhaps you’ve noticed it on local dating apps. Something is happening in Greater Cleveland…
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Could the Western Reserve return to Connecticut, please?

No one in Cleveland or Akron or Ashtabula complains to or congratulates Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy. No one in Warren, Medina or Sandusky cares if U.S. Senator Chris Murphy should be re-elected in 2018. There is no sharing of state offices between Cleveland and Hartford and thus, only…
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Downtown Cleveland’s next big building may surprise

Among three or four residential towers and a new skyscraper for a Fortune 500 headquarters, the next big building to rise in downtown Cleveland may surprise many. It grew out of a learning process by city officials that downtown didn’t have more than 500,000 square feet of office…
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Zombies say: start building a downtown Cleveland office tower soon

In the movies, zombies can’t put two words together. In Cleveland real estate development, they are sharing a subtle yet compelling message of encouragement. Zombies in downtown Cleveland are former office buildings awaiting renovation with significant portions of them due to be converted to non-office uses, usually residential and…
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Transit station-area development activity paces region-Part 2

For those who keep track of new real estate developments in Greater Cleveland, they might be noticing something about the location of these developments. Where are most of the planned, proposed, under-construction and recently completed developments? If you said “within walking distance of a Greater Cleveland Regional Transit…
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Cleveland transit-oriented development gains traction-Part 1

In the 1990s, the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority was considering extending the Red Line into Berea. Planners touted the economic development potential of the rail line. So a group of elder Berea residents who apparently hadn’t ever ridden the Red Line before took a driving tour of…
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Greater Cleveland economic, real estate, development, construction news

GE may demolish historic factory, incubator in Cleveland Two old Hough walk-ups: two fates Solove to start one Lakewood project, abandon another Greater Cleveland TOD initiative on track