NOT so much anymore !!
About three years ago I looked into the possibility of buying the building, went to the city of Cleveland Heights to see if I could get any kind of help to restore the building to its original character. The city apparently has no programs available. The once beautiful building had been allowed to deteriorate to such a degree that it was truly a filthy, dirty, unsightly,insult to the city of Cleveland Heights. How is this possible? The city apparently doesn't have the ability to enforce code. Fortunately the property went into foreclosure.
One day while driving in Cleveland Heights I noticed activity about the building and I looked into it. Detective that I am, I found that two guys in New York had purchased the building and were restoring it. I made it my business to go right in that building, and find out what was going on. As luck would have it the building is being restored in the manner in which it was originally supposed to be. I found the two guys in New York and chatted with them about their project, i am eager to share with everyone the progress that's being made on this wonderful, old building. The restoration is very specific, new windows, entrance, refinishing floors, new kitchen cabinetry, appliances, carpeting, beautiful details being restored, brass polished, lighting, artwork.
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