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California developer buys Parma Heights plaza

The Shops at Pearl & 130th in Parma Heights is the latest Northeast Ohio addition to the portfolio of DealPoint Merrill LLC, the Woodland Hills, California, real estate developer that has an appetite for Northeast Ohio properties. DealPoint Merrill acquired the plaza at 7011 W. 130th Street on Friday, Sept....
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Data shows downtown residential is hot

Downtown Cleveland’s residential market has proven resilient in the face of recent crises.LoopNet. Downtown Cleveland’s residential market has proven resilient in the face of recent crises. Now it is on course to break through the 30,000 population ceiling by the end of the 2020s which should attract more employers and neighborhood-style retailers, perhaps even some regional retailers as well.
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Solon home with stunning backyard oasis asks $1.5M: House of the Week

SOLON, Ohio -- Every house has a distinguishing feature that sets it apart from others on the market. For 37495 Broadstone Drive, it’s the outdoor space. “The owners entertain a lot and this home offers ample opportunity for family and friends to kick back and relax,” says Howard Hanna listing agent Karine Garfield. “The backyard retreat is exceptional and truly an oasis tucked away in the suburbs. The covered deck is incredible and serves as their summer dining room, reading room and gathering spot in the summer months.”
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Park Synagogue, developer enter into agreement

Park Synagogue has entered into a memorandum of understanding with local development group Sustainable Community Associates for the synagogue’s 28.25-acre property at 3300 Mayfield Road in Cleveland Heights. Park Synagogue President Susan Ratner said in a Sept. 17 email, SCA proposed a yearlong planning process to devise ways to preserve...
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Marcus & Millichap duo masters NEO market, rises to top of ranks

Michael Barron and Daniel Burkons had never met before they were thrown together in a conference room in 2003. Both East Side natives and recent college graduates — Barron from Ohio State and Burkons from the University of Michigan — they’d found their way to Marcus & Millichap, a California-based commercial real estate firm that had recently opened its first Ohio office in Columbus, and planned to open a second one in Cleveland.
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