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N-Y-E in the C-L-E

  Downtown Cleveland is certainly the hub of NYE celebrations, and here is a list of choices to help you narrow down what your night will look like. First thing is first; how do residents of the Rock ‘n Roll Capital celebrate New Year’s Eve? The answer is simple; they rock out. It’s a New [...]

Downtown helps you stay active

Need some inspiration for exercising during the cold months? On your lunch break, you now have a new spot to get motivated: a marked 1/9 mile path on the third floor of Tower City Center in Cleveland with signs encouraging walkers to live healthier along the way. Forest City Enterprises has unveiled this indoor path [...]

Retail is popping up Downtown

No, really. Say hello to Collective Upcycle, a pop-up boutique shop of reused art and handmade goods by Cleveland artists. This great boutique brings together many Cleveland-area artists and innovators who repurpose existing resources and leftover materials and transform them into something new, functional, beautiful, or whimsical. In an enthusiastic demonstration of Cleveland’s bustling creative [...]

Did you know?

- Alexander Mann Solutions locates first US headquarters in Downtown Cleveland, plans to bring at least 300 jobs. http://bit.ly/QQkgiv – KPMG Ranks Cleveland One of the Most Tax Friendly Cities for Business in the World. http://bit.ly/VVrRzf – The Horseshoe Casino has treated patrons to at least $2 million in perks at downtown restaurants, hotels and [...]

Red, the Steakhouse to open Downtown Cleveland location

Last week, Red Restaurant Group, owners of Moxie, the Restaurant; Red, the Steakhouse (Beachwood, Ohio; Miami, Florida and Boca Raton, Florida) and Rosso-Italia announced its plans to open a new Red, the Steakhouse location in Downtown Cleveland. The restaurant marks the opening of RRG CEO Brad Friedlander’s eighth restaurant in Northeast Ohio. The opening of [...]

Blackrock Real Estate Brokerage changes their name, but not their vision.

Blackrock Real Estate Brokerage has changed their name to CitiRoc Real Estate Company. With the new name comes a new website (www.citiroc.com), while an expansive commercial website is currently being developed. CitiRoc’s new website allows users to drill down to properties in specific neighborhoods throughout downtown, Ohio City, Tremont and University Circle – to name [...]

Pura Vida by Brandt Evans opens on Public Square

Last month, a new restaurant opened on Public Square called Pura Vida by Brandt Evans. Located in the May Company Building, the 4,000 square foot restaurant is neighbors with Tri-C’s new Hospitality Management Center which opened this past fall. Pura Vida, which means beautiful life, focuses on presenting “familiar food, done great,” said head chef [...]

NEO Food Tours Spotlights New Restaurant Pura Vida in Tour of E 4th and Historic Gateway District

Walking Restaurant Tour of Downtown Cleveland includes additional stops at House of Blues Foundation Room, La Strada and Zinc NEO Food Tours “goes Fourth!” on July 20 when Northeast Ohio’s premier walking restaurant tour travels to the E 4th/Historic Gateway District. NEO Food Tours’ debut Downtown Cleveland tour will meet at 6:20 pm at the newly [...]

Pura Vida open for breakfast

YOUR PLACE OR MINE? Pura Vida’s Breakfast Impresses Northeast Ohio Diners in the Restaurant and in Offices All Around Cleveland Pura Vida has been open less than a month and already, people are talking.  One of the only places serving breakfast on Public Square, Owner Chef Brandt Evans is proud to offer farm fresh eggs, meats, [...]

Cleveland Browns 2011 Select-A-Seat this Saturday

Don’t miss your opportunity to walk Cleveland Browns Stadium and hand-pick your very own season tickets from the best available inventory, including seats in the Club Level and Upper Dawg Pound. Some 2011 Season Ticket Holder Benefits include: • Significant savings over the single game ticket price • Discounted season parking • Flexible Payment Options [...]

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