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  • Published on December 1st, 2017

    RetroIndy: William H. Block department store was as fancy as they get

    Herman Wilhelm Bloch left Budapest, Hungary, at the age of 17 and headed to the United States with $1 in his pocket. Bloch sold lace and linens door to door in Cleveland, which led to a job selling dry goods in a horse and wagon.

  • Published on August 30th, 2017

    Property manager Lauren Tabor on The Real Estate Locker Room Show podcast

    Lauren Tabor, Bridgeview and Perry Payne property manager was recently interviewed on The Real Estate Locker Room Show podcast.

  • Published on July 13th, 2017

    Landmark lands Quay 55 apartments on lakeshore

    Quay 55, a one-time lakefront warehouse converted to 138 apartments, is back in local hands after being acquired by an affiliate of pioneering downtown Cleveland multifamily owner and developer The Landmark Companies. Landmark Lakeshore LLC acquired the complex Monday, July 10, according to online records of the Cuyahoga County Fiscal Office. The property, 5455 N. […]

  • Published on April 27th, 2017

    3 (lesser known) places to live Downtown, on every salary

    As swankytown apartments with similarly flavored aesthetics pop up in Downtown Indy seemingly by the hour, it’s easy to forget about the hundreds of other rental options in and around the Mile Square. They (you know, they: Realtor.com, Quicken, Zillow, your dad) have a general rule that no more than one-quarter to one-third of your […]

  • Published on January 28th, 2016

    Downtown Cleveland landlords agree to allow apartment subleases for GOP convention (photos)

    CLEVELAND, Ohio – Add more than 2,000 downtown Cleveland apartments to the potential short-term lodging lineup for the Republican National Convention. Three major landlords, representing 14 buildings between them, will distribute letters or post notices today about a sublease program developed by the Downtown Cleveland Alliance.

  • Published on September 17th, 2012

    Cuyahoga County real estate deals attract 31 bidders, from well-known developers to churches

    CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cuyahoga County received 31 bids Friday from companies looking to buy government buildings or offering space for the county’s new headquarters offices or storage needs. The list of suitors ranges from well-known local players, including Cleveland-based Forest City Enterprises Inc., to out-of-state-property

  • Published on January 13th, 2009

    Warehouse District featured in planning magazine

    The January issue of Urban Land magazine includes a feature on revitalizing old warehouse districts — and the article opens with a photograph of Cleveland’s Perry Payne building. Plain Dealer FileDevelopers John Carney (left) and Bob Rains of Landmark RE Management LLC stand in front of the Perry Payne building in 2001.

  • Published on January 1st, 2009

    Recycling old warehouses

    Examples across the country of cities adapting historic industrial districts for new uses have inspired other cities to leverage this untapped resource to create newly invigorated urban neighborhoods and tourist destinations. With their interesting architecture and raw authenticity, these industrial districts provide an opportunity to create unique places, as has been done at Vancouver, British […]

  • Published on May 22nd, 2006

    Warehouse District rental going condo

    Landmark Management has decided to convert Water Street Apartments, 1111 W. Ninth St., to condos.Robert Rains, a Landmark partner, said prices at the 100-suite building range from $89,000 for a one-bedroom city view to $340,000 for a three-bedroom lake view.Landmark is putting $1 million into updates, from granite countertops to wood floors, to adapt it […]

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