Downtown Kamm's Corners Space Available
Looking for second floor office or retail space in the heart of Downtown Kamm's Corners? We recently renovated the Alber Building, 17019-25 Lorain Avenue. The 10,000-square-foot building, pictured below, offers retail and office space.
- Build to suit or build by tenant
- Rents range from $9 to $11 per square foot
- Off-street parking in rear
- Excellent location
- Close to retail, restaurants, bars, and the Cleveland Metroparks
Additional details appear in the 3-page brochure here. For more information, contact Ben Campbell at 216-252-6559, ext. 1200 or e-mail email@example.com.
17019-25 Lorain Avenue
As with many properties in the West Park neighborhood, this building has historical significance, according to the West Park Historical Society. The Alber Building was built in 1924 and named after John Alber (1851-1948). Mr. Alber was born near Stuttgart, Germany, immigrated to Cleveland with his family when he was a year old, and spent the rest of his life in West Park. He was a farmer and businessman who, at one point, owned the SE quadrant of Kamm's Corners, which included the land between Alger Cemetery and Rocky River Drive from Lorain Avenue to West Park United Church of Christ. Albers Avenue was named after Mr. Alber, whose name was sometimes recorded as Albers. Mr. Alber is buried in Alger Cemetery.
West Park Historical Society
Kamm's Corners Development Corporation helped in the founding of the West Park Historical Society (WPHS). Visit the society's website for more information and a membership form or e-mail Ralph A. Pfingsten, President of WPHS Board of Trustees, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Transportation for Livable Communities Initiative (TLCI) Grant Establishes Plan for Lorain Avenue
How could Lorain Avenue from West 160th to the West Park Rapid Transit Station look in the future? This study commissioned by KCDC with a steering committee comprised of city officials and staff, neighborhood stakeholders, and residents attempts to identify future development opportunities as well as pedestrian, bike, and transit amenities that might be part of our future. City Architecture designed the plan, and it was rolled out at a public meeting in July. Not all of this will come true, of course, but this plan will be used to guide future development when opportunities arise. Download the 10.4 MB plan here.