As the Greater Cleveland expert in commercial and industrial real estate, Cushman & Wakefield | CRESCO has worked with clients for more than 30 years to achieve real estate goals for transactions of every size and scope.

Every commercial real estate market is unique, and Greater Cleveland’s is no exception. CRESCO professionals know the market intimately: the players, the properties, the communities and the forces that shape local real estate trends. We’ve earned our reputation throughout Greater Cleveland and Northeast Ohio for dealing fairly with people, following through on our commitments and aligning the best possible real estate solutions with our clients’ needs.

We’re an independently owned member of the Cushman & Wakefield Alliance, one of the industry’s most distinguished and accomplished full-service commercial real estate firms — and one that spans six continents. Because of this, you’ll benefit from CRESCO’s deep local knowledge and experience, as well as our global reach. Through this unique alliance, we provide specialized solutions through shared access to our platform’s practices, standardized research methodologies and strategic client-centric approaches.

Featured CRESCO Properties

If you’re looking to grow your business in the Greater Cleveland area, consider the following properties.

850 E. 72nd St.


Ideal for a manufacturing/warehouse facility, the Lighthouse Artspace building currently is undergoing refurbishment. The property is easily accessible to I-90 and Downtown Cleveland amenities. It features a parking lot with 238 spaces.

Listing type: Lease
Primary use: Industrial
Building: 150,000 SF
Available: 32,440 SF – 62,600 SF

5005 Rockside Road


Crowne Center is one of suburban Cleveland’s premier business addresses. Built in 1990 and located right off the I-77/Rockside Road interchange just south of I-480, the 13-story “crown jewel” of the Rockside corridor office market combines class, amenities and location. Amenities include parking for 937 cars, on-site building manager, fitness center, full-service salon, coffee shop, and nightly and weekend manned security.

Listing type: Lease
Primary use: Office
Building: 315,000 SF
Available: 262 SF – 8,433 SF

2208 Superior Viaduct


The Superior Viaduct, which bridges the Cuyahoga River, opened in 1878 and closed in 1920 after the Veterans Memorial Bridge replaced it, according to the Encyclopedia of Cleveland History. While all but seven arches and 600 feet of bridge deck on the west side of the viaduct have been demolished, the remaining Ohio City bridge has become a unique enclave in Cleveland — and a prime redevelopment location in recent years.
This property offers a vertical development opportunity with the potential to add 100+ units with sweeping views of Lake Erie and Downtown Cleveland. Frontage on both Superior Viaduct and Washington Avenue allows for multiple egress and ingress potential. Future residents will be within walking distance to several dining establishments and all amenities that Ohio City and the Flats offer.

Listing type: Sale
Primary use: Redevelopment
Total acres: 0.3
Sale price: $1,500,000

W. 3rd St. and Stones Levee


This property is located in the new Flats South Innovation District, a redevelopment project that will include residential, commercial and outdoor gathering spaces, with a proposed stairway connection to the adjacent Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse and Progressive Field. This is a high-end development opportunity.

Listing type: Lease
Primary use: Retail
Building: 144,000 SF
Available: 19,475 SF – 144,000 SF