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Porshe Beachwood: On Orange Place, the Porshe Dealership will soon expand into a new facility on 6.5 acres. Penske Automotive Group, went before City Council with plans to move the business from its current address, 25855 Chagrin Blvd and revitalize the site at the former Marriott. The new building, at 34 feet in height, will measure just over 57,000 square feet and the site will include a second building for auto detailing that would occupy a little more than 6,600 square feet. 35 new jobs will be added.  

Porsche Beachwood

DoubleTree Project: On Park East Drive, a rezoning has taken place on a multi-million-dollar redevelopment project. In an effort to support this projects advancement, as one of the largest mixed-use developments in Northeast Ohio, the City has completed a collaboration between the developer, My Place and the City, with final plans calling for the demolition on the existing Double Tree by Hilton Hotel and new construction of a complex of buildings in a new mixed-use development. 

DoubleTree Project

Ahuja Medical Center Renovation: The 216,000 sq. ft. hospital tower addition and 78,000 sq. ft. sports medicine complex are opening new opportunities for healthcare here in the I-271 Corridor and for Beachwood, as its expanding the medical center by more than 68 percent. The Ahuja phase two expansion has paved the way for a number of new health and wellness initiatives, including labor and delivery services, sports medicine, men’s health, women’s health and breast health, and an expanded emergency department.

UH Sports Medicine

City’s Former Service Center Building Renovation: A newly completed project in the City, located at 23550 Commerce Park, took a portion of a city service garage building which was in serious disrepair and returned the site to a modernized industrial building now offering new opportunities for job growth and returned tax revenues to the community.  The City sold the north portion of the City’s service garage, measuring approximately 116,000 square feet to Industrial Commercial Properties (ICP) which in-turn made significant investments in the building.