Tremont

A Christmas Story House, campus for sale

That little house on Cleveland Street is on the market just in time for the holiday season and the release of a sequel to the 1983 classic movie “A Christmas Story.” And just like another one of Ralphie’s father’s silly puzzles, “This one could be worth 50,000 bucks.” But the house isn’t on Cleveland Street, it’s not merely the house that’s for sale and the campus of seven properties is likely to fetch multiples of $50,000. Indeed, according to some real estate insiders, it could go for dozens of times more. Dare we say “A major award?”

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Plans revealed for big Tremont site

Perhaps the largest never-developed piece of land on Cleveland’s near-west side now has a plan for developing it. Tomorrow, a neighborhood-level committee of the City Planning Commission will see and hear a presentation by a development team led by Knez Homes and Property Advisors Group to construct 129 housing units on a 3.65-acre plot of Tremont land Knez acquired last February, a story first reported by NEOtrans.

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Treo, Edison for sale for different reasons

Two near-West Side Cleveland multi-family properties hit the market this week but for two very different reasons. In the Lincoln Park section of Tremont, the still-under construction Treo was offered for sale today. Tomorrow, it will be The Edison’s turn to test the waters in Gordon Square.

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Sokolowski’s to be razed for apartments over retail

Two local businessmen are seeking to redevelop the former Sokolowski’s University Inn restaurant property, 1201 University Rd., into a six-story luxury apartment building, if the project is approved by the city of Cleveland as designed. The first step in the city’s design-review process began yesterday as a Tremont neighborhood block club saw and gave input to the project’s plans for the first time.

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Ohio City RTA station site ideas arrive

Representatives of a real estate development partnership have been making the rounds of near-west-side neighborhood block clubs to present conceptual ideas and get feedback for developing land next to the West 25th-Ohio City Red Line Station. But those same representatives caution there is no plan yet and there is no guarantee that anything will be built.

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Near West Side continues to boom

If it’s Tuesday, then Tremont must be adding another apartment building. With remarkable frequency, Tremont, Ohio City and other near-west side Cleveland neighborhoods continue to attract new residential developments.

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Another mid-sized Tremont apartment building

Seldom does a Cleveland development site offer such a remote, wooded lot and yet have so many urban amenities nearby. The features of that site, including it being next to a revived Clark Field, are why it is reportedly attracting a mid-size apartment building.

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Tremont’s Fairfield facelift

More details are emerging about a proposed new apartment building at 1209 Fairfield Ave. in Tremont, to be called Driftwood. In addition to its inclusion of a ground-floor retail space and a larger lot, the development will be joined nearby by an expansion of the South Side Restaurant.

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JRoc Fairfield apartments project Tremont

Tremont apartment complex proposed

Combine a tight apartment market in Cleveland’s urban core with a relatively large undeveloped property in Tremont and the outcome isn’t surprising. What is surprising is that it has taken this long for an 0.8-acre vacant property along Fairfield Avenue west of West 11th Street to get developed.

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