Encouraging Retail and Multifamily in Downtown Erie, Pennsylvania Published on August 15, 2018 in Inside ULI In early August, a ULI Advisory Services Panel spent a week touring the neighborhoods and development projects of Erie, Pennslyvania, a city which has lost 30 percent of its population since 1960. The 11-person panel—chaired by ULI Trustee Richard Reynolds, president of a real estate consulting firm in Boston—focused on Erie’s downtown revitalization and working within the city’s current economic and cultural environment.
Building on the Reconnection of Parks and Waterways along Cleveland’s Cuyahoga River Published on July 20, 2018 in Sustainability Like many former industrial U.S. cities, Cleveland is starting to see the fruits of repurposing waterfront land as open space. After decades of neglect, Cleveland's 25-acre (10 ha) Scranton Peninsula, located on the Cuyahoga River, has been acquired with the goal of creating a mixed-use, mid-rise neighborhood with views of downtown and prime access to the river.
Low Cost of Living, Cultural Assets Could Draw Millennials to Cleveland Published on February 12, 2018 in Market Trends Relatively low-cost housing combined with cultural amenities such as arts institutions and regional parks in and around Cuyahoga County, Ohio, as well as broader affordability and livability compared with other cities, are helping spark a wave of millennial migration to northeast Ohio. In addition, two aging malls in the region are being recast as distribution centers for Amazon, said speakers at a ULI Cleveland event in February.