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Crain’s Cleveland Business | Stan Bullard | August 20, 2018

Following the river east to 1970 Carter Road, plans have surfaced to renovate a two-story, 1920s commercial building as contemporary office space. Dubbed Avian, the renovated building would be the first new use to rise from Thunderbird, a 25-acre land development on Scranton Peninsula by J Roc Development of Cleveland. The group, led by developer Fred Geis, in 2017 bought the massive riverfront site the former Forest City Realty Trust had held for 30 years.