With the revitalization of the Flats, the addition of Heinen's Fine Foods and the opening of Geiger's, downtown is luring renters from millennials to empty nesters to the urban core. Developers have capitalized on the demand by renovating historic buildings and constructing new spaces. Here are three spots to call home now.
Location: Playhouse Square Rent: One-bedrooms start at $1,400, two-bedrooms start at $1,550 Amenities: The former garage building has been transformed into an 80-unit complex with gilded lobby elevators, a rooftop deck, 24/7 fitness center, dry-cleaning pickup and drop-off, and attached parking. The bright and airy modern units include in-suite washer and dryer and gourmet kitchens. thecreswell.com
Concierge Living at the Nine
Location: Gateway District Rent: One-bedrooms $1,025-$2,100, two-bedrooms $1,710-$6,300 Amenities:There are many ways to have fun here, including an indoor dog park, theater, yoga studio and dining options such as Adega and the rooftop Azure Sun Lounge. Suites are decked out with custom zebrawood cabinets, electronic fireplaces, walk-in closets and in-suite washer and dryer. metropolitancleveland.com
The Flats at East Bank
Location: The Flats Rent: One-bedrooms start at $1,500, two-bedrooms start at $2,445, three-bedrooms start at $3,510 Amenities:The 241-unit complex comes with amazing views of the Cuyahoga River, a membership to FWD Day and Nightclub and quick access to popular Flats hangouts. Each unit has a private balcony, stainless steel appliances and in-suite washer and dryer.flatsateastbank.com
"I think what really was exciting for me was that this would be our first full hotel project," says the New York City-based fashion designer and winner of the fourth season of Project Runway. Find out what went in to the renovation behind this iconic.