|2011:||The 128,000-square-foot MidTown Tech Park building opens at East 69th Street and Euclid Avenue.
Reached an agreement with Federal Highway Administration and Ohio Department of Transportation to re-evaluate the proposed plan to close the Carnegie and Prospect Innerbelt ramps.
|2010:||MidTown Cleveland designated an Ohio Hub of Innovation and Opportunity in support of the Health-Tech Corridor.
Received a $3M Job Ready Site (JRS) grant for the MidTown Tech Park.
|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.|
|1999:||A $5.6M reconstruction of East 40th Street is completed, improving access and visual quality.|
|1998:||MidTown Cleveland is recognized by the Brookings Institution as a national success story and a model for urban redevelopment.|
|1997:||MidTown Corridor celebrated its 15th Anniversary and changed name to MidTown Cleveland.
Through a successful public-private partnership, Applied Industrial Technologies (formerly Bearings, Inc.) moved into a new $30M headquarters building on Euclid Avenue, retaining 311 jobs in Cleveland.
|1996:||The MidTown 2000 Master Plan is published.|
|1995:||Pierre’s Ice Cream constructed a new manufacturing and distribution center on Euclid Avenue on land acquired through MidTown’s Land Assembly Initiative.|
|1994:||Prospect Avenue Redevelopment Project is completed.
MidTown is designated an Empowerment Zone area within Cleveland.
|1993:||In recognition of its success, MidTown expanded its boundaries north to include Payne Avenue and east to East 79th Street.|
|1992:||First Business After Hours networking event is held.|
|1991:||In conjunction with the Prospect Avenue Redevelopment Project, “MidTown, It’s Working” slogan is created to promote the area.|
|1990:||Cleveland citywide crime stats rank MidTown as one of its safest neighborhoods.|
|1989:||American Red Cross builds its new headquarters on Euclid Avenue.|
|1988:||Presidential Citation for Private Sector Initiatives given to Mort Mandel, Premier Industrial for leadership of MidTown Corridor.
Carnegie Avenue repaving project is completed.
|1987:||MidTown’s Security Committee successfully petitioned for an anti-prostitution ordinance to create a safer neighborhood.|
|1986:||Published design guidelines manual to encourage high-quality exterior building improvements.|
|1985:||“Operation Pride” resulted in more than 100 visual quality improvements.|
|1984:||Upper Prospect Avenue is placed on National Register of Historic Places.|
|1983:||MidTown created its first “Dirty Dozen” list reporting, tracking and eliminating blighted buildings and properties.
MidTown stakeholders contributed funds to begin land banking of key properties.
|1982:||MidTown Corridor founded by Mort Mandel, Tom Roulston and local business leaders.|