30 Years of Historical Advancement

2009: MidTown Cleveland participates in a feasibility study conducted by AngelouEconomics resulting in the creation of the Health-Tech Corridor.
2008: MidTown designated one of four Cuyahoga County Innovation Zones.

MidTown Cleveland, Inc. receives RTA’s Business Partner of the Year award for work on the ECTP.
2007: MidTown celebrated its 25th Anniversary and the completion of the ECTP bus rapid transit HealthLine.
2006: Working closely with the City of Cleveland and Regional Transit Authority (RTA), construction on the new $200M Euclid Corridor Transportation Project (ECTP) began in MidTown.
2005: MidTown Cleveland’s new transit supportive zoning code, supportive of the Euclid Corridor Transportation Project and MidTown’s Master Plan, is adopted by the City of Cleveland.
2004: An updated master plan, “Beyond 2005: A Vision for MidTown Cleveland,” is adopted by the City of Cleveland.
2003: MidTown is awarded a $3M Clean Ohio grant to assemble and remediate land between East 57th to East 59th Streets on Euclid Avenue.
2002: MidTown Cleveland, Inc. celebrated 20 years by conducting a branding exercise resulting in a new logo and website.
2001: East 55th Street Inter-Neighborhood Committee addressed issues of security, visual quality and infrastructure improvements along this main street.
2000: MidTown helped dedicate the Colonel Young Square Memorial & Park located at the intersection of Prospect Avenue and Prospect Road.