Company Overview

MRN Limited is a family owned real estate development, construction and management company based in Cleveland, Ohio. MRN specializes in the development, merchandising, leasing, financing, construction and operation of complex and creative urban developments.

MRN's focus on in transforming urban neigh

Key People

Ari Maron

Partner

Featured Projects

East 4th Street

East 4th Street

Cleveland • Ohio

The East Fourth Street project encompasses 16 historic buildings between the former May Co. building and the Colonial and Euclid arcades, from Euclid Avenue to Prospect Avenue. East Fourth is an entertainment Mecca, with the House of Blues and Hilarities; food, with restaurants spanning Michael Symon’s Lola, Jonathon Sawyer’s Noodlecat and Greenhouse Tavern and Zack Bruell’s Chinato; retail, in CLE Clothing Co., and even sports: The Corner Alley is a 16-lane bowling alley. The project amount is $115 million.

Uptown at University Circle

Uptown at University Circle

Cleveland • Ohio

Uptown, an ultramodern, two-phase project is transforming University Circle with commercial and student rentals, local retail and a striking anchor: the dark, shiny Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, designed by architect Farshid Moussavi. Located on 11471 Euclid Ave, the project amount is $65 million.

Marketplace in Ohio City

Marketplace in Ohio City

Cleveland • Ohio

Marketplace, located on W 25th St & Lorain Ave, involves eight buildings along Lorain Avenue and West 25th Street. Its most prominent expression, at least so far: Crop Bistro & Bar, a large, extravagant eatery in the old Union City Bank building at the southwest corner of that intersection. The project amount is $20 million.

Tudor Arms Hotel

Tudor Arms Hotel

Cleveland • Ohio

MRN developed The Tudor Arms Hotel at Carnegie Avenue and East 107th Street, a conversion of a 1931 building into a 157-room DoubleTree by Hilton. The former athletic hall is a perfect location for Cleveland Clinic and University Circle business. Its restoration included bringing back the neo-Gothic structure’s original ballrooms. The project amount is $22 milion.