The Area's Latest Industrial Rehab Project

The $15 million Fairmont Creamery rehab represents one of Cleveland's latest creative reuses of an abandoned industrial building rich in history, writes Kathy Ames Carr for Crain's Cleveland.

The five-story brick structure — constructed in 1930 as a national distribution hub for dairy products — has been repurposed from its recent largely abandoned state into a 106,000-square-foot, mixed-used project featuring residential and commercial space, and parking.

Read Ames Carr's full article at Crain's Cleveland.


This article was originally published on October 25, 2014 in Crain's Cleveland.