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Colliers' Cooper: It might not be booming, but Cleveland apartment market strong

Three years ago, apartment renters would flock to any new apartment building rising in Cleveland, filling the units as soon as the multifamily development opened its doors. Today? It might take more time for these buildings to fill. But Gary Cooper, senior vice president and principal with the Cleveland office of Colliers International, said that this doesn’t mean that the city’s apartment market is in decline. It just means it’s stabilizing. View the Article