Cleveland is Having a Residential Development Explosion
By Cleveland Jewish News' Becky Raspe, Special Sections Staff Reporter
...we’re finding is that a lot of the people that are looking at us are downsizing from the suburbs and want to move back to the city to get closer to the cultural center."
Cleveland's Third Quarter 2017 Office Market Repeats Itself
Publised by Newmark Knight Frank's Research Center
The third quarter of 2017 saw the Greater Cleveland market bounce back from the prior quarter's negative tenancy return, which had snapped an 18-quarter streak of positive tenancy gains."
Euclid Warehouse to Become Next Home for Amazon
By Stan Bullard, reporter for Crain's Cleveland Business
Marking the transition of a huge property from traditional retail to e-commerce, Amazon announced on Thursday, Sept. 28, that it has agreed to lease a 1.7million-square-foot fulfillment center that will be constructed on the site of long-distressed...
MetroHealth Transformation Update
Walter Jones, Senior Vice President, Campus Transformation says several CEA members to partner in this transformation project.
Turner will partner with Donley’s and several minority-owned partners including Adrian Maldonado & Associates, McTech Corp., Ozanne Construction Company and several others to be announced as the...
Developer Wolstein to Break Ground in the Spring for Phase 3 of the Flats East Bank Project
By Michelle Jarboe, The Plain Dealer
The 23-acre Flats East Bank site, which could support millions of square feet of development at full capacity, is a tax-increment financing district."
New Specialty Hospital Scheduled for Beachwood
Article wriiten by Lydia Coutré, Crain's Cleveland Business
Cleveland's competitive East Side suburbs will soon see a new hospital, but its developers say it won't look or feel anything like one.
A team of more than 20 independent doctors have come together with a single vision: a specialty hospital for doctors who...
Great Lakes Brewing and Frank Geis Partner for Riverfront Plan
Crain's Cleveland Business reporter, Stan Bullard discusses a potential Great Lakes Brewing Co. project that may go into the real-estate development recipe book that the new owners of that key Scranton Peninsula land are writing for the riverfront site.
A more potent mix of ingredients for a real estate development in...
Townhomes to Give Cleveland's Midtown a Face Lift
As reported by Jay Miller, Crain's Cleveland Business
The sprucing up of Cleveland's Midtown neighborhood, once a ragged industrial district, is continuing. Soon, residents will be occupying $400,000 homes, and office workers will be toiling in the home of a former restaurant supply business.
Ground recently was broken by...
CEA Supports Two November Ballot Issues
September 21, 2017
The Construction Employers Association endorses two of the issues on this November's ballot:
Both of these issues support community investments...