Thursday, May 2, 2024

Growing industry moving to Cleveland

This abandoned towing business on Train Avenue at West 30th Street is proposed to
be demolished for a new two-story office building and fabrication plant for Sixth
City Glazing, a growing company that began only six years ago in suburban
North Royalton (Google). CLICK IMAGES TO ENLARGE THEM.

Along a Cleveland street known historically for dumping everything from trash to murder victims, a long-neglected property is about to gain something almost priceless — a future. On Train Avenue in the city’s Clark-Fulton neighborhood, a truck terminal turned junk yard, infested with weeds, littered with abandoned vehicles and tagged with graffiti, is due to be replaced by a growing glass-glazing business and nearly 20 jobs from the suburbs.


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