NEWS

  • LORAIN – Lorain’s historic Broadway Building could be turned into apartments- Lorain’s historic Broadway Building could be turned into apartments (VIDEO)
  • LORAIN – Broadway Building developer, RETOWN, reveals plans- The rebirth of the Broadway Building will bring 58 “stunning” apartments with 100 new residents in downtown Lorain, said the developer who is planning renovation of the historic structure. Plans include a new 300-seat modern event center built atop the parking garage immediately south of the building.
  • LORAIN – Broadway Building papers signed- The redevelopment of the Broadway Building is moving forward – on paper for now and at the corner of Broadway and West Erie Avenue soon, according to the Lorain Port Authority. Spitzer Great Lakes Ltd. Co. has signed the donation agreement to give the building at 301 Broadway to the Lorain Port Authority.
  • LORAIN – New owner, manager for Lorain’s Broadway Building- LORAIN — The Broadway Building is under new management — and ownership. Lorain Port Authority Executive Director Rick Novak said Spitzer Great Lakes Ltd., the now former owner of the building, is donating it to the port authority, which will then lease it to Broadway Partners LLC.
  • BROADWAY BUILDING REDEVELOPMENT EXTENDED – The Morning Journal- A redevelopment plan for the Broadway Building will continue into 2017. The Lorain Port Authority board of directors on Dec. 20 granted a year-long extension on the needed agreements with Lorain Hotel Investors LLC. The company, led by Chicago-based developer James Louthen, hopes to build about 60 senior residential units in the Broadway Building.
  • RETOWN IN LORAIN, OHIO Coverage in The Chronicle-Telegram- From eyesore to eye-catching. That’s the vision of developers for the former Spitzer Plaza Hotel, which they want to convert to upscale apartments for tenants 55 and older. The proposal got a boost Thursday with the award of a $440,203 tax credit from the Ohio Development Services Agency.