Pending approval from the Cleveland City Planning Commission, Zaremba Inc. plans to build 108 new apartment units in downtown. The nine-building development project would create 59 one-bedroom apartments and 49 two-bedroom apartments in the Avenue District. The units would range in size from 600 to 1,100 square feet and include a mix of townhouse-style homes and flats. Seventy-seven new parking spaces would also be included in the real estate development project.
An apartment broker for Marcus & Millichap questioned the feasibility of Zaremba's development plans. He commented that the Superior Avenue location has always been questionable because it is somewhat isolated. In 2007, a development project in the Avenue District that was meant to become a several-block neighborhood only sold five condos before going into foreclosure.