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This isn't the thread for this discussion.  Development threads are for discussing actual development news, not for our own pet ideas.

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August 12, 2018 4:00 am

Nonprofits partner on senior-living facility

By STAN BULLARD

 

Land-rich legacy senior citizens service provider McGregor Foundation and affordable living provider CHN Housing Partners are teaming their talents for a $12 million senior assisted living project in East Cleveland.

 

The three-story, 90-unit building rising on part of the foundation's McGregor Home, a 32-acre campus at 14900 Private Drive, is designed to serve the growing population of aging people that's producing a welter of senior living projects in the region and nation.

 

However, there's a big difference because the name of the game here is not profit, even though the building due to open next year will provide a mix of low-income and market-rate units to make it a go. R. Robertson Hilton, McGregor Foundation president and CEO, said in an interview last week at McGregor's office at McGregor Home, "We've long been aware of the appalling shortage of senior housing, particularly for the low-income people we serve. We've spent seven years working together to produce this plan."

 

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http://www.crainscleveland.com/article/20180812/news/171486/nonprofits-partner-senior-living-facility


"Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you respond." -- Coach Lou Holtz

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Cross-posted in the Glenville development thread. A small portion of this property is in East Cleveland, a spillover from nearby University Circle. Still, this is a brave investment....

 

Hough Bakeries property finds buyer

 

The long-empty complex of three buildings and parking lots at 1519 Lakeview Road, East Cleveland, was purchased Thursday, Dec. 19, by 1519 Lakeview LLC for $225,000, according to online Cuyahoga County land records.

 

The new owner of the property is a joint venture by homebuilder Bo Knez of Concord Township and Jim Miketo, best known as the owner of the Forest City Shuffleboard Club in Ohio City.

 

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https://www.crainscleveland.com/real-estate/hough-bakeries-property-finds-buyer

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25 minutes ago, KJP said:

This is just into East Cleveland from University Circle. Still, this is a brave investment....

 

Hough Bakeries property finds buyer

 

The long-empty complex of three buildings and parking lots at 1519 Lakeview Road, East Cleveland, was purchased Thursday, Dec. 19, by 1519 Lakeview LLC for $225,000, according to online Cuyahoga County land records.

 

The new owner of the property is a joint venture by homebuilder Bo Knez of Concord Township and Jim Miketo, best known as the owner of the Forest City Shuffleboard Club in Ohio City.

 

MORE:

https://www.crainscleveland.com/real-estate/hough-bakeries-property-finds-buyer

Only 20 percent of the property is in East Cleveland. So wouldn’t this still be largely considered a Cleveland development? 

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This would be a welcome change of developments for EC, even if just a small corner is in the city. Investment instead of disinvestment. Has there been any new residential construction in EC since Circle East?

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16 hours ago, PoshSteve said:

This would be a welcome change of developments for EC, even if just a small corner is in the city. Investment instead of disinvestment. Has there been any new residential construction in EC since Circle East?

I believe those apartments next to Stephanie Tubbs Jones came after Circle East. 

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New owners of Hough Bakery headquarters bringing new life to Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood

Kevin Barry - Jan. 21, 2020

Link: https://www.news5cleveland.com/a-better-land/new-owners-of-hough-bakery-bringing-new-life-to-clevelands-glenville-neighborhood

 

"East Cleveland police officers who walked through the complex with the owners and News 5 said they often are called to the building in the summer, when warmer weather attracts homeless people and curious photographers. In the winter, they say the property has generally been quiet."

 

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Credit has to be given to these guys for investing in the community and for providing a vehicle for those less fortunate to also become part of the community redevelopment. Love it!

 

Kudos to Knez and Miketo!

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38 minutes ago, NorthShore647 said:

New owners of Hough Bakery headquarters bringing new life to Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood

Kevin Barry - Jan. 21, 2020

Link: https://www.news5cleveland.com/a-better-land/new-owners-of-hough-bakery-bringing-new-life-to-clevelands-glenville-neighborhood

 

"East Cleveland police officers who walked through the complex with the owners and News 5 said they often are called to the building in the summer, when warmer weather attracts homeless people and curious photographers. In the winter, they say the property has generally been quiet."

 

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Either like 15 or 20 percent of this development is in East Cleveland. I think this should be in the Glenville thread

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1 hour ago, inlovewithCLE said:

Either like 15 or 20 percent of this development is in East Cleveland. I think this should be in the Glenville thread

 I also posted this in the Cleveland: Glenville: Circle North Development thread:

 

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That's a lot of police coverage just to walk through the property in daylight. In the first photo there are four cops--who knows how many others were present that were not in the photo.

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