Focus: Real Estate | Crain’s Cleveland Business


This week’s Focus section looks at how Cleveland apartment developers are getting creative with new amenities and distinctive designs. Plus, self-storage remains a strong sector of the area real estate market during the pandemic and the efforts ongoing in Cuyahoga County to provide livability-focused housing options to older and elderly adults.

Cleveland apartment developers get creative: As new apartments rise in Cleveland, a city that saw little to no ground-up construction for decades, developers are striving to stand out through eye-catching amenities and creative design.

COVID-related dislocation continues to fuel self-storage boom: When COVID pushed college kids out of dorms in the spring of 2020 and forced millions of Americans to clean out basements and spare rooms for remote office space or to move altogether, it sent a flare through the already hot $40 billion self-storage market.

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