As RFPs come in, Debate over Opportunity Corridor Continues
By Crain's Government Reporter, Jay Miller.
With the second of the three sections of the $306 million Opportunity Corridor now complete, the city of Cleveland is looking to hire a consultant to help it market and sell the land adjacent to the 2.5 miles of road under construction between Interstate 490 on the west and University Circle...
Michigan Developer Weighs Downtown Deal
This article is by Stan Bullard, Crain's senior reporter.
Michigan real estate developer Jonathan Holtzman, who is building apartments throughout the Midwest, wants to construct a mixed-use residential building in downtown Cleveland.
Holtzman, CEO of City Club Apartments in Farmington Hills, described the proposed structure...
Developer Eyes $40 Million Project in Lakewood
By Stan Bullard of Crain's Cleveland Business
The concept is for a five-story building on the Detroit frontage between Wyandotte and Parkwood avenues and the eight-floor building between Parkwood and Bunts."
Opening of Opportunity Corridor Section 2
Article by Crain's Cleveland Business's, Jay Miller.
Section 2 of the three-mile, $300 million Opportunity Corridor is complete enough to merit a ribbon-cutting."
It happened Thursday, Nov. 29, on a new bridge over East 105th Street between Quincy and Quebec avenues, formally completing the $35 million Section...
Contractor Charged with Bribing City Official to get leg up on Demolition Work
By Eric Heisig, cleveland.com
Eric Witherspoon, the head of Arick’s Environmental Services and Arick’s Services, is charged with two counts of bribery and seven counts of honest services wire fraud."
2018 Cogence Drive Award Winners
From the webpage of Cogence Alliance.
Cogence created the Drive Awards to honor the best in project collaboration. The awards highlight the critical role and immense value that collaboration and innovation bring to building projects." Cogence Alliance brings together owners, architects, engineers, construction...
CEA Member to Occupy Medical Mutual building
By Bob Sandrick, special to cleveland.com
Foundation Software Inc., a Strongsville company, will move into the former Medical Mutual of Ohio building across from SouthPark Mall. City Council awarded Foundation Software a Job Creation Grant for relocating its headquarters while staying in Strongsville."...
Cleveland Ohio Bell Building to be Converted into Canopy Hotel by Hilton
By Michelle Jarboe, The Plain Dealer
The planning commission got an early overview of the project because the city of Cleveland is considering a tax-increment financing deal that would redirect a portion of new property-tax revenues created by the hotel to paying off project costs."
Saving a Cultural Anchor
Reported by Senior Editor John Caufield, Building Design + Construction
Cincinnati uses ‘skillful triage’ to bring its endangered Music Hall up to date."