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Terry in the News:
- Is UC becoming Greater Cleveland’s top jobs hub?
- Newmark sells two-property office portfolio in Ohio
- Office space buyers being sold on amenities
- Newmark sells 135,412-square-foot warehouse space near Cleveland
- K&D Properties purchases former UCC in downtown Cleveland
- Manufacturer Rings in 75th Anniversary With Purchase of Valley City Building
- Beachwood proves attractive to builders, developers
- Newmark Selected to Lease New Warehouse Facility in Wooster, Ohio
- Newmark Arranges 109,075-Square-Foot Industrial Lease in Suburban Cleveland, Ohio
- Feasibility study on Lorain City Hall site expected soon
- The Landscape: Commercial real estate broker Terry Coyne sees recovering market
- Bridgeworks design to be re-refined
- Class A warehouses demonstrate demand in Cleveland, nationally
- Creative ways sought to fill commercial real estate
- FLATS ON FIRE: As Downtown Cleveland grows, so will The Flats. What does that mean for the city?
- IMG Center hits the market
- Bridgeworks revised, spring start sought
- Top Dealmakers in Cleveland Named CoStar Power Brokers
- Repurposing commercial space for post-pandemic use rising
- $21.1M sale closes on former Ohio Bell building in downtown Cleveland, destined to become apartments
- Empty 45 Erieview Plaza office tower in downtown Cleveland sells for $21.1 million
- Ohio Bell Building sold to Texas-based investor group for $21 million
- 45 Erieview sale, financing closes
- 200 Public Square to get major updates, new amenities
- Two major manufacturing operations are headed to other parts of Ohio. Why is Greater Cleveland missing out?
- Newsmakers of the Year 2021: Stu Lichter & Chris Semarjian