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Court orders Little Italy housing construction halted

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.

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First new multi-family housing in a century planned on Clark Ave.

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.

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