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    "My thanks to Chris and Damon for their nice work on my house. They worked hard, got things done in the time they had predicted, and were polite and professional. Their work was very good- the living room ceiling looks fabulous, as there was quite a bit of water damage before. I am very pleased with the results, exactly what I wanted. Thanks so much."

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  • Cleveland Heights Featured in “American Bungalow”

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    Our city of Cleveland Heights was featured in the national magazine "American Bungalow." The Cleveland Heights Patch discusses further:

    Residents know the economy and housing market in Cleveland have been hit hard these past few years.

    But the city and inner-ring suburbs like Cleveland Heights have began to bounce back despite the tough economic circumstances and are symbols of hope and recovery, according to an article in the latest issue of American Bungalow magazine, which came out today.

    Douglas J. Forsyth, historian at Bowling Green State University, wrote the article, "Progressive Architecture, Friendly Relations: Making It Work in Cleveland," for the spring issue of the national magazine.

    “Since mid-2010, employment in the Cleveland area has come roaring back from devastating losses, driven by what the New York Times has called ‘the new urban market trends of the 21st century—health care, higher education, entertainment, good food, new housing and expanded mass transportation,'” Forsyth wrote. "Many of the effects of these trends have been most visible in and around historic early-20th-century inner-ring suburban neighborhoods."

    Kara Hamley O’Donnell, city and historic preservation planner in Cleveland Heights, announced that the city was highlighted in the magazine in a press release.

    Read more at The Cleveland Heights Patch

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