Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judge Michael J. Russo issued a preliminary injunction yesterday against parties involved in the development of the long-vacant and neglected Woodhill Supply site, 1862 E. 123rd St. in Cleveland’s Little Italy, with a $15 million mix of townhomes and an apartment building. However construction continues as terms of the injunction have apparently not been met.Read More
After many delays, the first construction permit has been issued for the proposed new City Club Apartments tower in downtown ClevelandRead More
Clark Avenue is one of those strange streets in Cleveland with an odd mix of buildings.
It has a lot of older structures. On the sidewalks are storefronts and taverns topped by a few apartments. There’s a scattering of light industrial buildings from the 1800s and early 1900s. And then there’s all those newer single-use buildings — mostly fast-food restaurants and small-box stores — set back behind lots of pavement and empty parking spaces.