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Cleveland Fed appoints new community development outreach manager
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Cleveland Fed appoints new community development outreach manager

The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland has appointed Ken Surratt as community development outreach manager. He'll oversee the regional outreach and...

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Duckpin bowling, arcade game center bound for Ohio City
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Duckpin bowling, arcade game center bound for Ohio City

Columbus-based Rise Brands plans to open a location for both of its entertainment concepts, Pins Mechanical Co. and 16-Bit Bar+Arcade, after...

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Akron Rebar looks to put investments to work with an eye toward retail
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Akron Rebar looks to put investments to work with an eye toward retail

There may be no one who likes to see a cement truck working in Northeast Ohio more than Michael Humphrey II. The entrepreneur purchased Akron Rebar...

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SB 57 may clear the air on selling CBD products
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SB 57 may clear the air on selling CBD products

At Mustard Seed Market & Café, cannabidiol (CBD) products are flying off the shelf faster than they can be stocked. The store first started selling...

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ALDI sets reopening dates for Ashland and North Olmsted stores
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ALDI sets reopening dates for Ashland and North Olmsted stores

Two Northeast Ohio ALDI stores are about to open after remodeling, and one is about to close temporarily as it completes a makeover. ALDI, one of...

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Source Lunch with ... Jim Doyle
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Source Lunch with ... Jim Doyle

With two high-profile characters such as contractor-developers Fred and Greg Geis as partners, it's inevitable that Jim Doyle is the low-profile...

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KeyBank raises the bar for community investment
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KeyBank raises the bar for community investment

Cleveland's largest hometown bank may be setting the new standard for community investments among the country's large financial institutions. In...

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Pleasant Valley Corp. traces its roots to $500 investment
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Pleasant Valley Corp. traces its roots to $500 investment

Pleasant Valley Corp. is a family affair with co-CEOs Barbara and Gino Faciana at the helm and all four of their children, plus three of the kids'...

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Indianapolis developer planning $18M project on former Mr. Coffee grounds in Bedford Heights
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Indianapolis developer planning $18M project on former Mr. Coffee grounds in Bedford Heights

Scannell Properties plans to construct two buildings similar to this on the former Mr. Coffee property in Bedford Heights. Scannell Properties, the...

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The Shinola store at the Van Aken District opens June 6
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The Shinola store at the Van Aken District opens June 6

Shinola, a Detroit-based luxury brand that sells items ranging from watches and leather goods to jewelry and audio products, has set a date for its...

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Tenant firm execs purchase Rocky River's Bridge Building
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Tenant firm execs purchase Rocky River's Bridge Building

The Bridge Building, 18500 Lake Road, takes its name from its location on a stub of the old Detroit-Rocky River Bridge which once spanned the...

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Ohio City, Tremont apartments push up land prices
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Ohio City, Tremont apartments push up land prices

A Chicago-based firm's purchase of Market Square Shopping Center in Cleveland for two proposed mid-rise buildings highlights escalating land prices...

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Changing the entrepreneurial climate in metro Cleveland
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Changing the entrepreneurial climate in metro Cleveland

For at least the past 20 years, most economic development plans in metropolitan Cleveland have included the idea of stimulating entrepreneurial...

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Middleburg Heights medical office building sells for $9.5 million
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Middleburg Heights medical office building sells for $9.5 million

Nashville real estate investment firm Montecito Medical Real Estate has acquired the medical office building at 6900 Pearl Road, Middleburg Heights...

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Arhaus opens new flagship store
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Arhaus opens new flagship store

Arhaus is about to open a new flagship store in Lyndhurst that it will use to showcase new products and explore new customer expriences for the...

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Young people can't buy homes until older owners move
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Young people can't buy homes until older owners move

For a generation of prospective homebuyers in the U. S., there are two chronic problems with the housing market: an overall lack of supply, and low...

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Want to buy a home in the suburbs? Cleveland and Akron are great places to do it
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Want to buy a home in the suburbs? Cleveland and Akron are great places to do it

Cleveland has the nation's strongest suburban housing market, and Akron is in the top 10, according to this story from MarketWatch based on data...

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U.S. existing-home sales ease more than forecast to 5.2 million
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U.S. existing-home sales ease more than forecast to 5.2 million

Sales of previously owned U. S. homes eased more than forecast in March, suggesting the housing market is still finding its footing after a weak...

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Summit County developer expands staff
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Summit County developer expands staff

Jeffrey Mockbee, CEO of CAM Inc. of Green, announced the real estate ownership, development and management firm has added Richard F. Rebadow to its...

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MetroHealth breaks ground on new hospital
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MetroHealth breaks ground on new hospital

MetroHealth is breaking ground on its new hospital at the West 25th Street main campus, the next major step of the system's campus transformation....

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Rock Hall wants to roll on $30 million expansion plan
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Rock Hall wants to roll on $30 million expansion plan

The grassy knoll between the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Great Lakes Science Center may be repurposed as an enclosed connector and expansion...

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Downtown a no-show in state tax credit derby
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Downtown a no-show in state tax credit derby

No big downtown real estate development projects went in for the latest round of Ohio State Historic Preservation Tax Credits. The credits have...

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New era begins for 25-year-old facility as Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
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New era begins for 25-year-old facility as Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse

As it closes in on the completion of a two-year, $185 million renovation project, Cleveland's top basketball facility has a new name - Rocket...

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Rust Belt uses munis to breathe life into factories
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Rust Belt uses munis to breathe life into factories

In the center of Fort Wayne, Ind., sits an abandoned General Electric Co. complex built more than a century ago, a space that once employed about...

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Solon company plans $150 million development, 850 jobs at old Ford Wixom plant site near Detroit
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Solon company plans $150 million development, 850 jobs at old Ford Wixom plant site near Detroit

Industrial Commercial Properties LLC of Solon is planning a $150 million brownfield redevelopment of a former Ford Motor Co. plant in Wixom, Mich.,...

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Ancora Advisors, two other activists look to clean things up at Bed Bath & Beyond
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Ancora Advisors, two other activists look to clean things up at Bed Bath & Beyond

Three activist investors, including Ancora Advisors LLC in Mayfield Heights, are pushing for big changes at retailer Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. The...

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'Visibility, retention and change' are part of the path forward for women in architecture
News 4 months ago
'Visibility, retention and change' are part of the path forward for women in architecture

Julia Gamolina is editor of Madame Architect, a website that interviews women about their experiences in the industry. In a field - architecture...

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Barberton is looking forward to Lichter taking over B&W site
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Barberton is looking forward to Lichter taking over B&W site

Babcock & Wilcox's complex on Van Buren Avenue in Barberton will be transformed into office and light industrial space after the company moves its...

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As shop space grows, the quest for retailers and answers grows in downtown Cleveland
News 4 months ago
As shop space grows, the quest for retailers and answers grows in downtown Cleveland

Laura Bosse, co-owner of Prosperity, which sells consignements and handmade jewelry produced by herself and her partner, said customers stopping in...

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Northeast Ohio community colleges and universities find more ways to work together
News 4 months ago
Northeast Ohio community colleges and universities find more ways to work together

Cleveland State University president Harlan Sands and Lorain County Community College president Marcia Ballinger announced a partnership between...

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