FirstEnergy to Build $37 million Center for Advanced Energy Technology in Akron
News article by Jennifer Conn, Akron reporter, cleveland.com
The center will directly support FirstEnergy's efforts to design and build a smarter energy infrastructure."
Stalled Garfield Heights Project Could get Revamped
By Stan Bullard, Crain's Cleveland Business Senior Reporter/Real Estate
Grand plans are starting to circulate over and near the massive, long-stalled Bridgeview Crossing shopping center site on the northwest corner of Transportation Boulevard and I-480.
The Ohio Department...
Cleveland Athletic Club Conversion
This article by Karin Connelly Rice, Fresh Water reports on CEA members Joe DiGeronimo, vice president of Precision Environmental, and Don Taylor and Welty Building Company, along with other partners acquired the club.
We’ve been in construction/demolition mode for the last year,” says DiGeronimo. “...
University Hospitals Increases Economic Impact in Ohio by $3 Billion
By Ginger Christ, The Plain Dealer
Heidi Gartland, vice president of government and community relations for UH, attributes the increase to the hospitals' growth, acquisitions and efforts to buy and hire locally."
$16 million Health Center Being Built by Akron Children's Hospital
Lydia Coutré, Health care/Nonprofit reporter for Crain's Cleveland Business reports on Akron Children's Hospital quest to build a $16 million health center on Aultman campus.
"Our new North Canton Health Center will have all of our most essential services in one address, with easy wayfinding and free parking."...
Cleveland's Fannie Lewis' law Upheld by Appellate Court
By Andrew J. Tobias, cleveland.com
Cleveland won another legal victory on Thursday in defense of its "Fannie Lewis" law that requires contractors on big government jobs to hire local workers."
Arhaus is Building a Larger Store at Legacy Village
As reported by Scott Suttell, Crain's Cleveland Business
The company announced it will build a two-story, 21,000-square-foot store at the lifestyle center that will replace its existing, one-floor store there, which Arhaus has occupied since 2004."
Boston Heights-based home...
Cleveland's Outer Neighborhoods Could be the Key to the Future
The author of this story is Todd Michney, Cleveland Magazine
The key is trying to reinvent what worked in the past,” ...The same thing that attracted people 50 years ago is still here today. It’s authentic, not a facsimile of something but something that’s always existed.”
Civil Rights Transportation Symposium Scholarship
In celebration of the Ohio Department of Transportation’s 2nd Annual Civil Rights Transportation Symposium, (3) Three $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to (3) individual students currently enrolled in a post high school education focusing in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics) related fields. The Civil Rights...
East Side Office Market Coming Alive
Article by Crain's Senior Reporter/Real Estate, Stan Bullard
Two large office subleases have hit the market just as the first new multitenant building in a decade."
Fate has a way of changing history and the best-laid plans of real estate developers, and that is what's...