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Two new concert venues coming to Akron’s East End complex

The former Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. headquarters on East Market Street in Akron will see even more life soon as two new concert venues are set to debut there. Goodyear Theater, with a seating capacity of 1,458, will open Wednesday, April 12, according to a March 15 news release. The other venue is Goodyear Hall with a capacity of 3,500. The release did not specify an opening for the hall.


Gaining Traction – The East End, Akron, Ohio

Conversion of old Goodyear campus progresses with The Residences at The East End


Energy Power Systems Announces New High-Volume Manufacturing Facility in Pontiac, Michigan

PONTIAC, Mich., Jan. 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Energy Power Systems, LLC (EPS), a Michigan-based advanced battery technology company, announced today that it is establishing a high-volume manufacturing facility in Pontiac, Michigan, creating more than 300 new high-tech and manufacturing jobs during the initial production phase.


Randall Park Mall demolition under way, as crew tears into former Dillard’s store

North Randall, OH, Dec. 30, 2014 / — Developers Stuart Lichter and Chris Semarjian have acquired much of the 100-acre property through tax foreclosures, traditional purchases and deals involving the village and the Cuyahoga County Land Reutilization Corp., commonly called the Cuyahoga Land Bank. They plan to refurbish the former Sears department store and the old Magic Johnson movie theater as industrial buildings. The main mall, along with Dillard’s, will be razed over the next few months.


American Greetings sells Brooklyn headquarters; Lichter, Semarjian plan 150-acre industrial park

Brooklyn, OH, Jul. 1, 2014 / — Cuyahoga County property records show that companies tied to Stuart Lichter and Chris Semarjian paid $15.5 million for the American Greetings complex on Tuesday. The deal comes as the greeting-card company is building a new, smaller headquarters at Westlake’s Crocker Park. And the sale charts a clearer future for the 150-acre Brooklyn property, which will become an industrial park that blends older buildings with new warehouses, offices or distribution centers.