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Retail Midwest

Retail apocalypse? More like retail revolution

| Dan Rafter

The addition of three Meijer grocery stores and two Menards home-improvement stores gave a boost to the retail sector in the Cleveland and Akron areas. But despite these high-profile additions, the retail sector here – as it does across the country – faces challenges.

Multifamily i Ohio

Redwood Living moving to new HQ building in Ohio

Redwood Living, Inc. has purchased a new building to become its corporate headquarters. The steadily growing company, which currently has employees working in three separate buildings on East Pleasant Valley Road in Independence, Ohio, will be moving just down the road to the former ADP building.

Student Housing W Minnesota

Opus starts building first-year residence hall in St. Paul

The Opus Group has begun construction on a first-year residence hall at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota, that will include 480 beds for incoming students. The five-story building will be located in the upper quadrant of the St. Paul campus and offer pods of double occupancy rooms with a shared bathroom area. The entire h…

Multifamily i Ohio

Smartland seeking investors for two funds in Northeast Ohio

A fast-growing, relatively new player on the Cleveland commercial real estate scene, real estate investment firm Smartland LLC., is currently seeking investors for two funds: a $22 million fund to focuse on properties in Qualified Opportunity Zone areas of Cleveland and a $50 million fund that will acquire multifamily and light industrial p…

Office i Ohio

Booming? No. But Cleveland's office market remains steady

| Dan Rafter

The biggest office sale in Cleveland in the first quarter of the year came relatively late: Oaktree Capital Management’s $51.5 million purchase of PNC’s operations at 4100 W. 150th St. But while that transaction grabbed most of the headlines, it wasn’t the only big office sale of the first quarter here.