Cleveland housing networking startup to expand coverage of its projects

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Housing Network (CLEN) is expanding its coverage of new developments in its home city with a new, four-part series that will launch this week.

The series will explore how Clevelandans and local developers are using digital technologies to connect the communities of Cleveland, Akron, and Akron Heights.CLEN will launch the Cleveland Housing Blog on Wednesday, March 17 at 11:00 a.m.

ET, followed by a special edition of the Cleveland TV Show, Cleveland News Now, airing at 2:30 p.m., on Wednesday March 24.

The first two episodes of the series will examine Cleveland’s new urban renewal initiative, “Cleveland Rebuild.”

In each episode, Clevelanders will learn about projects and how the community is transforming.

The show will focus on Cleveland’s urban renewal efforts and will include interviews with local community leaders and the local businesses and businesses that are building new communities.

The fourth episode of the project will explore the rise of real estate companies in the Cleveland area, as well as the new real estate industry in the greater Cleveland area.CLEAN’s Cleveland News & Observer will follow with an exclusive feature on the new Cleveland Housing Development Association (CEDDA) program, which aims to provide affordable housing for low-income Clevelanders.CLENET will also launch a series of social media posts throughout the week, including a Facebook Live video with Mayor Frank Jackson, along with a photo gallery, highlighting local housing projects.

The first three episodes will feature the city’s first-ever live-streamed Cleveland Housing Fair, which will run from March 16 to 17.