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2021 Memorial Day Parade May 31
The Garfield Heights Memorial Day Parade Committee will have a vehicle-only parade on Monday, May 31. There will be a private service at the Veterans Memorial following the parade. The program will be live-streamed to the public. For participation details and protocols, Click here

COMING SOON
Highland Park project in Garfield Heights lands two growing companies, Click here for Crains Cleveland article.

Zoning Amendment Approved

Thank you to all residents for supporting the rezoning of the Sunoco gas station at Turney and Rockside Roads. With the zoning in place, the owner will be able to construct a new building and reconfigure the location of the pumps. To see the results please click the following link
https://www.livevoterturnout.com/Cuy/LiveResults/en/Index_13.html

Thank you for your support,

Mayor Burke

New business moving to Garfield Heights
April 27, 2021

I am pleased to announce that a new business is moving into Garfield Heights.

City Council approved incentives at last night's City Council meeting. JTL purchased the building located at 9601 Granger Road and will invest $350,000 - $550,000 in a renovation. JTL will occupy half of the building and will lease the other half.

Mayor Matt Burke


9601 Granger Road

View from Granger Road looking South

Highland Park, the reimagined City View Center in Garfield Heights, lands first industrial tenant
by Michelle Jarboe


A rendering shows the former Walmart store at City View Center, reimagined as an office and industrial building. The onetime shopping center, under new ownership, has been renamed Highland Park and is being pitched to corporate tenants.

Highland Park, the redevelopment of the former City View Center retail site in Garfield Heights, has landed its first new tenant - a growing business that makes packaging machinery for everything from cereal to craft beer.

Mpac Switchback recently inked a lease on 58,000 square feet of the former Walmart store near the northern end of the 75-acre site. The company, currently based in Richfield, is scheduled to move into its new offices and warehouse space in late spring or early summer.

Real estate developer Industrial Commercial Properties LLC acquired City View in mid-January, cleaning the slate for a property that spent more than a decade tied up in receivership and litigation. Workers have removed the ornamental facades from long-empty stores, installed exterior LED lighting and repaved the parking lot, where landscaping will fill the driving aisle where shoppers once pulled up to PetSmart, Jo-Ann and OfficeMax.

The Switchback deal is a major milestone for ICP, which has been marketing reimagined buildings to office tenants, light industrial users and technology firms.

https://www.crainscleveland.com/real-estate/highland-park-reimagined-city-view-center-garfield-heights-lands-first-industrial

Rec Center News

It's not too late! We can still use about 6 more Co-Ed Softball players - ages 8 through 12. Hurry In! This week only between 8:00 am and 3:00 pm, or call 216-475-7272 & press "0". No late fees will be charged - LAST CHANCE! For more details, please visit the Parks & Recreation page.


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