About Ari Maron
Ari Maron is a partner in MRN Ltd. a family owned real estate development, construction and management company based in Cleveland, Ohio. MRN specializes in the development, merchandising, leasing, financing, construction and operation of complex and creative urban developments. Mr. Maron serves as a board member of the Downtown Cleveland Alliance, Parkworks and the Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation. MRN’s City of Cleveland Projects include:
East 4 th Street, Cleveland, Ohio – MRN’s renovation of 15 historic buildings along the 425 ft. long by40 ft. wide East 4 th Street in downtown Cleveland has been called “the jewel of Cleveland’s entertainment district” by the New York Times.
Uptown, Cleveland, Ohio – Having received all necessary design approvals and financing commitments, MRN will break ground in the summer of 2010 on the first phase of its $250MM Uptown project in Cleveland’s University Circle neighborhood. At full build out, Uptown will contain more than 200 new housing units and 100,000 new sq. ft. of retail/restaurants..
Marketplace, Cleveland, Ohio – Thi 210,000 sq. ft Marketplace development will establish Cleveland’s Market District as a destination for locally grown food purveyors, independent retail and loft office space..
Rosetta Center and Holiday Inn Express, Cleveland, Ohio – In addition to developing and operating the 141 room Holiday Inn Express hotel, MRN also recently secured an office lease with Rosetta, the nation’s 7 th largest interactive marketing agency. The building serves as a cornerstone to Cleveland’s burgeoning “Mad Men” district of young, hip marketing and technology companies.
Doubletree Hotel at Tudor Arms, Cleveland, Ohio – This 220,000 sq. ft. adaptive reuse of the historic Tudor Arms hotel building in Cleveland’s University circle will open in the first quarter of 2011. With 154 rooms, two grand ballrooms and a historic swimming pool, the Doubletree Hotel will recapture the grandeur of this 1931 building.
- Website: www.east4thstreet.com
- Phone: 216.589.1111
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