Creekside Commons

  • Finding Convenience in Northeast Ohio

    Investor activity continues to stay strong in the Northeast Ohio retail market. After the acquisition of the Creekside Commons and Cedar Center North shopping centers, by the joint venture between Inland Real Estate Corp. and Dutch pension fund administrator PGGM, this spring, it’s now time for single-tenant retail properties to take the center stage.

    Cleveland 15 June 2015 03:24

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