Story excerpt provided by The Plain Dealer.
Written by Michelle Jarboe.
A nondescript, largely empty building in Cleveland’s Midtown could become a hub for roving office workers and digital education, melding people at the forefront of the region’s tech economy with city residents who fall on the other side of the digital divide.
DigitalC, a local nonprofit organization, is planning a late-fall opening for the Midtown Tech Hive, a $1.5 million transformation of the Frost Building at 6815 Euclid Ave. The project will fill 90 percent of the three-story, 15,000-square-foot building, which sits at the eastern edge of the Dunham Tavern Museum’s campus near the center of a 1,600-acre district known as the Cleveland Health-Tech Corridor.
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Originally published June 6, 2017.