Marko's Farmers Market

Announcing the 2021 Tremont Farmers Market

OUR STORY Each summer, the Tremont Farmers Market pops up in Lincoln Park to offer residents the opportunity to engage with and support local farmers, producers, and artists. In addition to providing fresh produce, baked goods, honey, jams, handcrafted foods and art, the market also serves as a neighborhood gathering place each week. We hope…


Making Chocolate with Cleveland Chocolate Co.’s Rebecca Hess

OUR STORY Before that first cacao pod arrived, Rebecca worked as a chef in restaurants for more than fifteen years. Growing up on a blueberry farm and an avid baker herself, she had been around chocolate personally and professionally most her life. “As a chef, there isn’t a lot of space to dig into chocolate.…


Conversation with Councilman Kerry McCormack

OUR STORY This spring, SCA’s Josh Rosen connected with Councilman Kerry McCormack, who represents Cleveland’s 3rd Ward.   A: I was 27 years old when I joined Cleveland City Council. For the first year or so, before people really knew me, I could tell when I was in meetings people would try to sideline me…

The Tappan

2020 | The Tappan

Opening in 2020, the Tappan is a 95 unit project built along the historic Scranton corridor. The project is utilizing opportunity zone designation to create workforce and market-rate housing as well a neighborhood bakery.


2018 | Mueller Lofts

Originally the Mueller Electric Factory (and home of the alligator clip), Mueller Lofts is the reimagining of a 1922 factory into 51 apartments. The building was one of the last neighborhood-scale manufacturing plants in the city and again serves as an active part of Cleveland’s Asiatown.


2016 | Wagner Awning

Built in 1895, the Wagner Awning Building is a long-standing anchor of the Scranton corridor that made tents and awnings across the midwest.  Today it is a mixed-use property featuring 59 apartments and 12,000 sq feet of commercial space.


2014 | Fairmont Creamery

A long-abandoned dairy factory, the Fairmont Creamery now acts as a bridge between the thriving neighborhoods of Tremont and Ohio City. Built in 1930, the 107,000 sq foot property houses 30 apartments and four businesses.


2010 | East College Street

East College Street was the first new construction development in the city of Oberlin in over forty years, expanding the footprint of downtown Oberlin with 34 residences and 20,000 sq feet of commercial space.