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South Euclid Residents Protest Walmart Supercenter; Excellence Warehouse Opens in Brook Park

South Euclid Residents Protest Walmart Supercenter; Excellence Warehouse Opens in Brook Park

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor The news that a Walmart Supercenter may be built on the former Oakwood golf course in South Euclid has upset local residents. They fear the supercenter will cause irreparable environmental and economic damage to the region, [...]…

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State Industrial to Move to New Mayfield Heights HQ

State Industrial to Move to New Mayfield Heights HQ

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor State Industrial Products, one of the largest privately owned suppliers of industrial cleaning solutions in North America, announced it will move its corporate offices this fall from its longtime headquarters near Cleveland’s downtown to a modern [...]…

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Historic May Co. Building Could Become Casino Parking Deck

Historic May Co. Building Could Become Casino Parking Deck

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor As the Horseshoe Casino and many other projects in Cleveland’s downtown near completion, some hope to benefit from the traffic the new developments will bring in. The owners of the historic May Co. building plan to [...]…

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$40M Lincoln Electric Expansion to Bring 200 Jobs to Euclid

$40M Lincoln Electric Expansion to Bring 200 Jobs to Euclid

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor The city of Euclid is about to receive a boost: Lincoln Electric plans a $40 million expansion to its local facility. The project is expected to bring 200 welding jobs into the area over the next [...]…

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Beachwood to Revitalize Old Commerce Park

Beachwood to Revitalize Old Commerce Park

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor With the growth of the healthcare, retail and service businesses and the decline of the manufacturing sector, Beachwood’s Commerce Park has gone from being an active industrial center to a district struggling with old, tired buildings. But [...]…

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Columbus Firm Plans Data Center; Railroad Union Puts HQs on Market

Columbus Firm Plans Data Center; Railroad Union Puts HQs on Market

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Columbus-based data center company Superior Technology Partners L.L.C. plans to buy a 2.3-acre site between East 61st and East 63rd streets for a $35 million to $40 million project. The land is part of a 14-acre site. The [...]…

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High-end Apartments Coming to Beachwood

High-end Apartments Coming to Beachwood

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Hundreds of new apartments may come to the Cleveland suburb of Beachwood in the near future. Two property developers have already made plans. Apartment developer and operator Goldberg Cos. plans to redevelop a site across the street [...]…

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K&D Group Acquires Hanna Building Annex

K&D Group Acquires Hanna Building Annex

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor The PlayhouseSquare Foundation has struck a deal to sell the Hanna Building Annex on East 14th Street for an undisclosed price to K&D Group of Willoughby. K&D plans to acquire the downtown property on April 1. [...]…

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Construction Manager Selected for Schools in Elyria; Work Begins on Courtyard by Marriott

Construction Manager Selected for Schools in Elyria; Work Begins on Courtyard by Marriott

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor The Ohio School Facilities Commission and Elyria City Schools on Dec. 21 selected the Gilbane Building Co. to provide construction management services for a project that will provide modern buildings for more than 3,200 students in the [...]…

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Rock Ohio Caesars Buys Ritz-Carlton, Office Tower

Rock Ohio Caesars Buys Ritz-Carlton, Office Tower

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor On Friday, Dec. 9, Rock Ohio Caesars L.L.C., the developers of Cleveland’s first casino, announced plans to expand its presence in downtown Cleveland with the purchase of the Ritz-Carlton hotel for $36.5 million. Rock Ohio Caesars [...]…

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Skyline Scoops Up Cleveland’s Historic Arcade Building

Skyline Scoops Up Cleveland’s Historic Arcade Building

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Skyline International Development Inc., a Canadian hotel and resort company, was the lone bidder last week for downtown Cleveland’s historic Arcade building. It will buy the landmark property for just under $7.7 million, the minimum bid [...]…

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30,000 Homes Await Demolition in NE Ohio

30,000 Homes Await Demolition in NE Ohio

By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Vacant homes in northeast Ohio have led to a dramatic drop in regional property values. Foreclosures, irresponsible banks, investment firms and individuals who abandoned their distressed properties have all played important roles in creating a problem [...]…

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