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The future of the Medical Mart and Convention Center

The upcoming New Year also means that we’re thismuch closer to the completion of the Cleveland Medical Mart and Convention Center (MMCC). The construction is coming along nicely (check out the latest photos on Positively Cleveland’s Flickr page) and the new space is scheduled to open in July. Conventions and meetings are already filling up MMCC [...]

1100 Superior Launches Adopt-A-Spot Program

In an effort to create a positive environment with a sense of community and involvement in the workplace, 1100 Superior and its tenants have come together to launch the building’s Adopt-A-Spot program, which allows businesses to get creative with the cement planters located around the building on Superior Avenue and East 12th Street. Tenants in [...]

THE BINGHAM IS NOW ILLUMINATED WITH HOLLYWOOD-STYLE LIGHT SHOW EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR

Downtown Cleveland’s Premier Residence Features Programmable, Color-Changing  LED Lighting CLEVELAND (March 2011) – Once again downtown Cleveland is in the spotlight.  Actually there are dozens of new spotlights all shining on one historical building in downtown Cleveland.  The Bingham, downtown Cleveland’s home for upscale urban apartment living, has replaced its exterior incandescent (metal Halide) lights [...]

North Union Farmer’s Market at CSU

It’s back! North Union Farmers Market and Cleveland State University are proud to announce the grand re-opening of the Earth to U. Farmers Market on the downtown CSU campus on Thursday, May 13 from 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

The market will provide fresh fruits and vegetables, locally made products, and live music every Thursday through October 2. The market is located in front of the law school on Euclid Avenue between E. 18th and E. 21st streets.

Introducing Gardens Under Glass Concept For Cleveland And North East Ohio!

Just wanted to share this wonderful concept with everyone! There is a new concept in the works tilling in downtown Cleveland that will offer local restaurants, small farmers and community gardeners as well as individuals to grow their own food year round! It is the Gardens Under Glass concept that could transform “The Galleria” into [...]

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