Downtown parking superblock undergoes testing; rumored to be new Sherwin-Williams headquarters location

The superblock parcel is among several sites insiders consider to be in the running for the Sherwin-Williams project. The global paintmaker and coatings concern announced Sept. 12 it was undertaking a search for potential sites for its headquarters and a consolidated research center, and would consider sites in downtown Cleveland and Northeast Ohio as well as several other states it did not identify.

https://www.crainscleveland.com/real-estate/major-downtown-cleveland-site-undergoes-soil-test

The company is based at 101 W. Prospect Ave. in a 1930-vintage complex called Landmark Office Towers that has been its home for decades. It occupies most of the 900,000-square-foot complex, which technically comprises three office buildings sharing a common base. Sherwin-Williams said it has 4,400 employees in Cuyahoga County and 60,000 associates around the world.

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