Rebuilding Cleveland As Investors Flock And The Economy Grows


With the recent trends of recycling, upcycling and making over, the old becomes new. But one of the greatest joys of these projects is retaining history and charm while bringing innovative, modern ideas to life. This defines the process of rebuilding in Cleveland.

Once hip-happening spots, many areas of Cleveland found themselves neglected, their attraction buried beneath layers of time and dust. But committed community members long to revive not only their own spaces but those in their neighborhoods to a better-than-former glory.

In its current rebuilding phase, Cleveland invites tourists and outside investors to participate in the reawakening of the city. And, projects already in the works offer motivation and inspiration to transform historic brick buildings into offices, restaurants and shops.

Culture

With investors zapping life into the Cleveland area, culture gets a boost as well. Art galleries and artsy neighborhoods return the creative vibe to the city. Nonprofits such as Waterloo Arts in Collinwood experience a surge in neighborhood improvement with their presence and influence.

Also, the contemporary Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame points to Cleveland’s musical roots. Rebuilding Cleveland continues this tradition with other entertainment venues. For example, the idea of converting a Slovenian social hall into a music hotspot just down from the Beachland Ballroom in Collinwood is in the works.

Looking to bring your cultural business to our economy? Bishop Construction is the company to rebuild for you.

Good Eats

Michael Ruhlman, the globally recognized food writer and Cleveland resident, praises his city for its eccentric style. Rising on the horizon as a town of good eats, Cleveland boasts hometown hero, Michael Symon’s famous restaurants as just a starting point.

With a growing culture, business and nightlife, the need for more hearty steakhouses, ethnic offerings, tech-savvy coffee shops and great neighborhood eateries rise as well. After all, neither Michael Symon nor the West Side Market can feed everyone.

Looking to open a restaurant? Maybe you’re trying to build another business in Cleveland? Our economy is growing and Bishop is the best around for your construction or rebuild project.

Homes

A conversation on rebuilding Cleveland is not complete without considering residential opportunities. After all, being close to the hip and happening requires a place to sleep between work and play. And dusted off, those old brick facades reinvent as quirky, modern living spaces.

Cleveland offers the amenities millennials, in particular, seek - “walkability, social connectivity, proximity to retail and nightlife, or more generally a preferred lifestyle.” These factors make this city a magnet to call Cleveland home and Bishop has built and remodeled many residential homes here.

 

The hits of years past cannot keep Cleveland down. Investors are discovering the gleaming diamond beneath the dust. As bright lights, music and lively laughter return to Cleveland buildings, so do culture, good eats, neighborhoods and thriving business.

Cleveland is regaining its status as a destination spot that tops travelers’ must-visit lists. Now is the time to get in on the action as an investor. If you want to bring your business to Cleveland or rebuild a property, contact us to get started.

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