John Benson, special to cleveland.com
Jul. 21, 2021
LAKEWOOD, Ohio -- When it comes to development in Lakewood, adaptive reuse is the name of the game.
This includes the current $3.1 million project at the former St. James School and Rectory, built in 1923 and 1954, respectively. The buildings have been vacant for 16 years. Oster Services will not only be turning the Detroit Avenue campus into office space, but relocating its Lakewood offices to the first floor.
Monday, March 29, 2021
Designer Barrie Spang refined this home by working in detailed updates and blue tones.
The plan was simple: update the master bath. However, plans tend to expand. Exponentially. But honestly, parts of this Rocky River home just didn’t make any sense. The path from garage to house was awkward. The office and dining room needed to mesh. After those projects, the owners opted for a few more months of creative chaos, electing to redo the...