In Case You Missed It…


– Downtown housing and entertainment were the highlights of this article posted to the Atlantic Cities and the National Journal about Downtown Cleveland on the rise

– First National Bank has chosen Cleveland as its regional HQ

– Two new Downtown CLE restaurants are progressing toward fall openings

– The newest edition of Downtown Digs is now available! Check out a digital copy for all the scoop on Downtown living

– With a renovation overhaul on the horizon, Public Square has been named ones of the top 10 squares to watch

– SPARX City Hop is just around the corner! Sign up to volunteer or visit the DCA website to learn more about the event

Crowded Trolley

– Dynomite, Zack Bruell’s new fast casual restaurant venture, now is open at Star Plaza in PlayhouseSquare

– Take A Hike Tours continue! The classic Downtown event continues through mid-September – catch one while you can!

– What do you enjoy most about Downtown CLE? Let Positively Cleveland know by creating an entry for their #SummerInCLE contest

– The quarter two 2013 Downtown Cleveland Market Update has been released, which keeps you up to date on all the great Downtown development projects

– East 4th Street will be home to a new butcher shop and brewery, coming spring 2014

– New stores are opening left and right at the 5th Street Arcades and shopping hours are now extended until 9 p.m. on weekends! Check out all the things this awesome Downtown mall has to offer

– A brand new Hofbrauhaus is slated to be the newest addition to dtCLE dining and nightlife

– Christopher J. Carney was named the new leader of Brouse McDowell’s Cleveland office

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