First impressions are everything and that is especially true when buying or selling residential and commercial property, according to multiple professionals.
In 2018, the United States consumed more energy than before, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Fossil fuels, like petroleum, natural gas and coal, accounted for 80% of the total consumption.
In an age where many people are focused on getting and staying healthy, commercial real estate properties are adding fitness centers to attract and retain tenants.
REAL Trends, a news source for the residential brokerage industry, has ranked Howard Hanna Real Estate Services in Pepper Pike Realtor Adam Kaufman as the No. 1 Realtor by volume in Ohio for 2019. Kaufman was also ranked fifth in the state for individual sales by transaction sides.
Commercial real estate has changed a lot in recent years, according to David Horowitz, commercial real estate adviser at Avison Young in Cleveland; Kevin Moss, senior associate at CBRE in Cleveland; and Alec Pacella, president of NAI Pleasant Valley in Beachwood.
CBRE Cleveland retail team will work with Chicago-based developers Harbor Bay and Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture to source tenants for an approximately $180 million mixed-use project at West 25th Street and Lorain Avenue in the Ohio City neighborhood of Cleveland, according to a news release.