Downtown Cleveland

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – A new study from ranks Cleveland as the 35th best city to launch a business. The study looked at more than 300 cities in North America. Here were some of the factors that were included in the study: Population percentage of people aged 25-34 years-old Local Employment Income vs. Rent Start-up surges […]

DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – It’s a 34 story glass tower that will change not only the look of Playhouse Square but will also add to the city’s skyline. The Playhouse Square Foundation is adding to its footprint by putting up a massive high-rise adding 319 apartments to the corner of Euclid and East 17. Preparation on […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Officials are just beginning to investigate what led to the deadly bridge collapse at Florida International University Thursday afternoon. Cleveland 19 wanted to know: what kind of pedestrian bridge was it, and are there any like it in Northeast Ohio? We learned the pedestrian bridge that collapsed in Florida is called a cable-stay […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – The 2018 St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Cleveland is just two days away. Cleveland Police said it is important parade goers should hydrate with lots of water on Saturday. Police said kids should have cell numbers of their parents. Groups should have rally points if people get separated, according to Cleveland Police. […]

CLEVELAND – A recently proposed an initiative to build a high-speed tunnel transportation system could be a game changer for the way residents in Chicago and Cleveland get between the two cities. Hyperloop Transportation Technologies and North Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) along with the Illinois Department of Transportation have reached a deal to conduct a study that […]

CLEVELAND– Construction to Quicken Loans Arena along Huron Road is set to begin. That means barriers around the construction zones will go up Monday at 5 a.m. The barricades will restrict traffic in downtown Cleveland’s Gateway District, a news release from the Q said on Friday. Huron Road from Ontario Street to East 6th Street […]

CLEVELAND– Officials from Quicken Loans Arena discussed the construction at the Q during an event on Wednesday. The Cavs said the renovation project will occur in mid-February with barriers to define the construction zones going up on February 5. The initial phase will focus on the outside of the building and will impact the way […]

DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Thousands of people were at Public Square for the Cleveland Women’s March on Saturday. The first 90 minutes of the of the event on Saturday speakers shared their views and values at Public Square. The theme of the march this year is “Power to the Polls” Speakers encouraged everyone at […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Dozens  of northeast Ohio business owners are taking precautions ahead of the pending storm. Here is a list of businesses/events around the area closed due to harsh weather. ALL Cleveland area Heinen’s will be closing Friday, Jan. 12, at 4 p.m. Cleveland Museum of Art closing at 3 p.m. Friday, Jan 12. It will […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – For only the third time in recent history, Lake Erie is about to completely freeze over making a walk from Cleveland to Canada possible. For the record we are not suggesting anyone actually try this, as it would be extremely dangerous. Contrary to what some people think it’s not often the lake freezes over. […]

DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – In just about a month downtown Cleveland will welcome the latest business that has decided that downtown’s growth is worth cashing in on. At the end of January, Dunkin’ Donuts will open at the corner of East 9th Street and Rockwell Avenue. While Dunkin’ Donuts has operated a stand in Tower City, this will […]

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – Documents obtained by Cleveland 19 News reveal what federal agents seized from Cleveland City Hall during a late-night raid Wednesday and shed some light on the scope of the government’s investigation. A search and seizure warrant was issued Tuesday afternoon for Room 518 at City Hall. On Wednesday night, agents with the Federal Bureau of […]