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  • Cabela’s to Build 81,000 SF Store in Avon

    By Adrian Maties, Associate Editor Cabela’s Inc. plans to open another store in the state of Ohio. This time, it will be located it the Greater Cleveland area. Construction on the Avon store is expected to start later this year, with an opening set for the fall of 2016. The cost of the project was [...]

    Cleveland 05 May 2015 20:02
  • Two More Hotels Planned for Cleveland Area

    2013 was a good year for hotel construction in the Greater Cleveland area, as developers started work on an important number of projects expected to deliver hundreds of new rooms to the region in the near future. And it seems that this hotel construction boom will continue into 2014. Work will soon start on two more projects in the metro area, one in downtown Cleveland, the other in Avon.

    Cleveland 28 January 2014 05:14

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