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Cleveland Arts and Social Sciences Academy Building Sells for $4M

Cleveland Arts and Social Sciences Academy Building  Sells for $4M

The Cleveland Arts and Social Sciences Academy’s building on the city’s East Side is now under new ownership. The property was recently acquired for $4 million by American Education Properties.…

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Beachwood Developer Plans 200,000-SF Distribution Center in Solon

Beachwood Developer Plans 200,000-SF Distribution Center in Solon

ORG Holdings LLC intends to build a 200,000-square-foot warehouse on an 11-acre site located at 6801 Cochran Road.…

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Cleveland Browns Continue with Phase II of Renovations at FirstEnergy Stadium

Cleveland Browns Continue with Phase II of Renovations at FirstEnergy Stadium

Last Wednesday, the Cleveland Browns released more details about the second phase of the FirstEnergy Stadium Modernization Project. It is the final phase of a $125 million makeover, expected to improve the fan experience and also help the team win as many games as possible.…

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Macy’s to Close Richmond Heights Store

Macy’s to Close Richmond Heights Store

Macy’s announced last Thursday, January 8, it will close its store in the Richmond Town Center, in Richmond Heights. The decision is just one of a series of initiatives meant to help the company evolve and keep up with the changing face of retail.…

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Cleveland’s Charter One Bank Building Changes Owners

Cleveland’s Charter One Bank Building Changes Owners

Another Cleveland office building changed hands this month. The Charter One Bank Building, in downtown Cleveland, was sold to two out-of-state investors for an undisclosed price.…

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Forest City Sells Cleveland’s Halle Building for $20M

Forest City Sells Cleveland’s Halle Building for $20M

One of Cleveland’s oldest landmark buildings has changed hands. Forest City Enterprises, Inc. announced at the start of December that it has completed the sale of the Halle Building. The property was acquired by affiliates of K&D Management, LLC, for $20 million.…

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Kent State to Invest More Than $142M in Construction, Renovation Projects

Kent State to Invest More Than $142M in Construction, Renovation Projects

On Wednesday, December 3, Kent State University announced it will spend more than $142 million for the construction and renovation of several buildings on its campus.…

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Visconsi Plans to Add 205 Apartments in Little Italy

Visconsi Plans to Add 205 Apartments in Little Italy

More than 200 new apartments are coming to Cleveland. A Pepper Pike-based developer plans to build a six-story apartment building in the city’s Little Italy Neighborhood.…

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Two New Hotels Open in Akron

Two New Hotels Open in Akron

On Friday, November 14, Homewood Suites by Hilton announced the opening of its newest property in the state of Ohio. Called the Homewood Suites by Hilton Akron Fairlawn, OH, it is the brand’s first hotel in the Akron area and its fifteenth in the state.…

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Investors Buy Two Cuyahoga Falls Shopping Centers

Investors Buy Two Cuyahoga Falls Shopping Centers

Two Cuyahoga Falls shopping centers have changed hands this month in two separate transactions. The Plaza at Chapel Hill and the Shoppes at Chapel Hill are both are located on Howe Avenue.…

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Cleveland’s Global Center for Health Innovation Earns LEED Gold

Cleveland’s Global Center for Health Innovation Earns LEED Gold

Cleveland’s $465 million Global Center for Health Innovation and Convention Center is now LEED Gold certified. Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald announced this important achievement at the end of October. It reflects the county’s strong commitment to sustainability.…

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Akron Children’s Hosptial Receives $10M Donation from Kay Jewelers

Akron Children’s Hosptial Receives $10M Donation from Kay Jewelers

On Friday, October 24, Akron Children’s Hospital announced it has received a record $10 million gift from Kay Jewelers. The donation will help finance the construction of a seven-story addition on the hospital’s main downtown campus. The new tower will be named Kay Jewelers Pavilion, in recognition of the retailer’s…

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