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A virtual tour of Cleveland Medical Mart & Convention Center

March 22, 2012 4:26 pm by | 1 Comments

A rendering of the Cleveland medical mart

Property developer MMPI has unveiled a virtual tour of the $465 million Cleveland Medical Mart & Convention Center.

The video starts with an overview of the project’s downtown Cleveland campus, and also takes viewers through entry into the medical mart’s atrium and offers glimpses of the convention center’s exhibition hall, as well as the grand ballroom.

Construction on the project started a little more than a year ago. It’s slated to open in mid- to late 2013.

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Only two publicly identified tenants of the medical mart have emerged thus far — Cleveland State University and Cuyahoga Community College — but MMPI officials could announce other leaseholders in the coming months (though don’t hold your breath).

In January 2011, MMPI announced an array of about 60 prospective tenants who’d signed letters of intent to occupy showroom space in the mart, but those letters were nonbinding, so it’s unclear how many will go on to sign legally binding leases.

Below is the virtual tour of the Cleveland project, and here’s a link to an earlier virtual tour of a competing medical mart project in Nashville.

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Brandon Glenn

By Brandon Glenn MedCity News

Brandon Glenn is the Ohio bureau chief for MedCity News.
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1 comments
Anonimous
Anonimous

This is very nice but at the same time the virtual tour gives clear indication there will be a lot of wasted space within the building. Hallways the size of a 3 lane road, and an very much over sized lounge are not making best use of space and provisions.

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