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Largest housing development in decades planned for Euclid Avenue in Midtown

Euclid Avenue in Midtown was completely transformed by the Health Line more than a decade ago, yet despite more than 18,000 people now working here, the area has always been starved of residents. Only about 2,000 people live in Midtown between the Innerbelt and E. 79th St. That’s about to change as Akron-based Signet Real Estate Group prepares to add more than 160 market-rate apartments to a long-vacant parcel on Euclid Ave. near East 73rd Street.

AsiaTown small businesses turn to community to survive

On May 12, staff at AsiaTown restaurant Emperor’s Palace spent hours preparing, boxing and sorting 100 free meals for neighborhood residents. The project was sponsored by the Medworks Unconditional Care COVID-19 Relief Fund, which purchases food and gift cards from local restaurants and grocery stores and distributes them to greater Cleveland community members in need.

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