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Downtown Cleveland Alliance brings you the latest news and information on business development in Downtown Cleveland each month ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Downtown Cleveland landed two historic preservation tax credits for over 100 new market-rate apartments. http://www.crainscleveland.com/article/20120626/FREE/120629867 http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2012/06/cleveland_developers_win_prese.html Downtown Cleveland was featured on NPR which was broadcasted throughout the country. http://www.npr.org/2012/06/11/154740024/a-comeback-for-downtown-cleveland Medical Mart convention center conducted a “Topping [...]

AMPLIFY SPEAKER SERIES

Focuses on Development Upsurge in Greater Cleveland CLEVELAND — An expert panel representing the Greater Cleveland development scene will convene July 18 at the AMPLIFY Speaker Series to discuss the region’s ongoing transformation. The ticketed luncheon — presented by Cleveland Business Connects (CBC) magazine, its parent company, Contempo Communications, and the Downtown Cleveland Alliance — is [...]

DID YOU KNOW?

Downtown Cleveland Alliance continues to bring  the latest news and information on business development in Downtown Cleveland each month through our Did You Know’s… Downtown Cleveland apartment occupancy now stands at 96.4% and is being driven by an influx of young professionals into Downtown Cleveland? http://www.cleveland.com/business/index.ssf/2012/04/clevelands_inner_city_is_gorn.html According to CBRE, the Downtown Cleveland office occupancy for [...]

Marc’s Great American Rib Cook-Off and Music Festival

MARC’S GREAT AMERICAN RIB COOK-OFF GRILLS UP SMOKIN’ SAVINGS THIS MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND! CLEVELAND, OH – The ribs are sweeter and the bands are hotter…downriver! The 21st Annual Marc’s Great American Rib Cook-Off & Music Festival presented by Litehouse Pools & Spas, FOX 8, Time Warner Cable, and Tim Lally Chevrolet, is celebrating its four-day barbecue battle at [...]

LEADERS UNVEIL PLANS TO STRENGTHEN CLEVELAND AS A DESTINATION

OUTCOMES OF NOVEMBER TRAVEL + TOURISM SUMMIT TO BE ANNOUNCED Press release from Positively Cleveland… After four months of research, collaboration and idea generation, Positively Cleveland and other civic-minded leaders will come together to unveil plans to strengthen Cleveland as a tourism destination. The Destination Cleveland Travel + Tourism Outcomes Launch will be held at [...]

Great video about Cleveland Public Transportation

Clevelanders Dave Kiss and Joe Baur produced an awesome video about Cleveland Public Transportation in just 48 hours for a Siemens “Changing Your City For The Better” contest. They had to create a 2.5 to 5 minute video that showed  how improvements in a certain area can help make a city more sustainable. Will Tarter from [...]

Innerbelt Update

The new Innerbelt Bridge construction is on schedule but the next phase may frustrate commuters. By the end of next week, the East Ninth Street Exit from Interstate 90 east will be closed for two months while renovations are completed to the existing Innerbelt Bridge. The closure will occur on either Sept. 29 or 30 and remain [...]

Don’t ‘X’ out public transportation

Today and tomorrow,  (Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 19-20) you may notice something very different about your commute on the roads in Cuyahoga County. Large red Xs will be painted on RTA vehicles to send the message: Don’t ‘X’ Out Public Transportation. Organized by the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA), the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU), [...]

Ohio bus services to expand May 11th

Biggest growth in Ohio in decades! In a press release last week, All Aboard Ohio announced  that the low-fare express bus service Megabus will dramatically increase routes and departures in Ohio. Megabus is famous for its limited $1 fares, available on a first-come basis. Since its expansion to the U.S. in the 2000s, UK-based Stagecoach [...]

Cleveland’s Signs of Renewal

In a recent article from the Smithsonian Magazine, author Charles Michener returns to his native Ohio and marvels at the city’s ability to reinvent itself. He writes, “On Saturday mornings when I was 11 or 12, my mother would drop me off at the Rapid Transit stop nearest our home in Pepper Pike, an outlying [...]

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