MCPc Family Charities

  • $9M Boathouse Project to Transform Downtown Industrial Area

    A Downtown Cleveland industrial area is about to be transformed into a place for walking, biking and boating. Mike Trebilcock, CEO of MCPc, Inc., his wife, Gina, and MCPc Family Charities, a non-profit associated with MCPc, Inc., have recently acquired a dozen industrial buildings in Cleveland’s Columbus Peninsula. They plan to turn the properties into a shared-use park, fitness center, and collegiate and youth boathouse.

    Cleveland 24 February 2015 17:20

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