Marketing - Cleveland

  • A Whole Foods Grows in Akron

    Good news, Akron shoppers! Whole Foods Market is coming to the Rubber Capital of the World!

    03 August 2015 20:22
  • 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.

    12 January 2015 05:00
  • AkzoNobel Leases Space in Hackman Capital Partners’ Strongsville Facility

    AkzoNobel is opening a research and development center in the Cleveland area. The paints, coatings and chemicals company has recently leased space in a Class-A industrial facility located in Strongsville.

    11 October 2014 06:00
  • All Pro Freight Systems Expands in Lorain County with 118,000-SF Industrial Lease

    All Pro Freight Systems, Inc. is expanding its presence in Lorain County. The Avon-based transportation and logistics company has recently leased 118,000 square feet of space at the former Accutech/Cleveland Plastic Films facility, in Elyria.

    28 July 2014 03:38
  • City of Cleveland Selects Lakefront Developers

    Cleveland’s lakefront has seen little major construction since the late 1990s. However, this is about to change. Last week, Mayor Frank G. Jackson’s Lakefront Development Advisory Committee has selected a developer for the 28 acres at the water's edge. The project is expected to breathe new life into the area and provide an economic boost for the city.

    18 March 2014 15:37
  • BakerHostetler to Move to Cleveland’s Key Tower in 2016

    Prime office spaces continue to be in high demand in Downtown Cleveland. BakerHostetler is just the most recent name added on the growing list of companies looking to do or to continue doing business in the CBD. Ranked 65th on the AmLaw 100 (American Lawyer, 2013, by gross revenue), the global law firm has recently signed a 15-year lease for space in Downtown Cleveland’s iconic Key Tower. Currently it is located in the PNC Center, at East Ninth Street and Euclid Avenue.

    13 January 2014 15:42
  • Downtown Cleveland Attracts Leasing but Loses Skylight Financial Group

    Skylight Financial Group will move roughly 100 workers from the Skylight Office Tower at Tower City, in downtown Cleveland, to the United Bank Building at West 25th and Lorain Avenue, in Ohio City.

    19 August 2013 16:14
  • Agree Realty Corp. Buys Cleveland-Area Sam’s Club for $21.4M

    Agree Realty Corp., a Farmington Hills, Mich.-based real estate investment trust involved in the development and acquisition of single tenant net lease retail properties, has recently purchased a triple-net leased Sam’s Club located in Brooklyn, Ohio. Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services has arranged the all-cash sale.

    16 July 2013 03:43
  • $500M Flats East Bank Development Adds Seven New Retail Tenants

    Flats East Bank developers announced on Wednesday, April 10, they have secured commitments from seven new retail tenants. Space is now limited in the $500 million waterfront development as three office tenants also recently signed with the project.

    16 April 2013 02:48
  • Eaton Corp., Fairmount Minerals On the Move in Greater Cleveland

    Two companies in the Cleveland area are changing their current headquarters. Diversified industrial manufacturer Eaton Corp. and Fairmount Minerals, a privately held mining company, are both moving to bigger locations.

    18 February 2013 03:39
  • MRN Pre-Leases The Lofts at Rosetta Center

    Apartment vacancies in downtown Cleveland are becoming harder and harder to find as office workers move in from the suburbs. According to the Downtown Cleveland Alliance, the occupancy rate is at 97% and has been rising steadily over past quarters. Luckily, developers have stepped up to answer this need. One such developer is MRN Ltd. The Cleveland-based developer has started pre-leasing the Lofts at Rosetta Center on January 15. The 85 apartments are located in the 17-story Rosetta Center building, at 629 Euclid Avenue, just east of East 4th Street in the Gateway District. The cost of the massive renovation project was $17 million. It turned 72,000 square feet of little-used office space on five floors (four through nine) into much-needed housing. The state awarded the project a tax credit of $1.6 million last June.

    28 January 2013 18:09
  • Oswald Cos. Leases Three Floors in 1100 Superior Building

    Oswald Cos., one of the nation's largest independent, employee-owned insurance companies, has been looking for space all over Cleveland to accommodate its needs.

    19 November 2012 17:17
  • Developers Plan Phase II of Flats East Bank Project

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor The developers of the Flats East Bank waterfront project in Cleveland announced they have secured commitments from a country-music venue and four restaurants. Toby Keith’s I love This Bar & Grill, Ken Stewart’s, Lago, Flip Side [...]

    23 April 2012 00:24
  • BentleyForbes Puts $98M Ohio Portfolio up for Sale

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor BentleyForbes, a real estate investment firm based in California, has put three Ohio office buildings up for sale, all leased to Medical Mutual, Ohio’s oldest and largest health insurer. The properties are listed at $98 million [...]

    13 November 2011 06:37
  • Uptown Project Attracts Retail, Restaurants to University Circle

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Though months from opening, the Uptown Project in Cleveland’s University Circle is fast running out of retail room. Already, 95 percent of the ground-floor space in two apartment buildings has been filled by local and national [...]

    31 October 2011 04:47