Cleveland medical mart tenants mostly small, local, MMPI announces
Developers of Cleveland's $465 million medical mart complex on Friday unveiled a roster of 58 likely tenants.
Cleveland's four hospitals have signed letters of intent to lease space in the mart, a showplace of medical technology slated for the northeast corner of St. Clair Avenue and Ontario Street. So have area universities, nonprofits and small businesses, as well as two large firms, Mentor-based Steris Corp. and Elyria-based Invacare.
Twenty-six organizations have tentatively committed to host events in the new convention center that will be connected to the mart.
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