Cleveland Foundation announces Phase II innovation district building next to HQ aimed at uplifting East Side neighborhoods

Performers in an event sponsored by the Cleveland Foundation

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The Cleveland Foundation wanted to shake things up in philanthropy and urban development in 2019 when it announced it was moving its headquarters from rented space in Playhouse Square to a new building in the impoverished Hough neighborhood on the city’s East Side.

Now, with the $22 million headquarters nearing completion at East 66th Street and Euclid Avenue, the foundation is doubling down on its big move.

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Written by Steven Litt.

Originally published July 11, 2022.

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