Northeast Ohio Apartment Association

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NOAA represents multifamily owners and managers with interests in more than 125,000 units throughout the Northern Ohio region. NOAA promotes and maintains the highest professional standards in the apartment industry through education, publication and advocacy programs.

As a regional association, NOAA offers a wide range of services and programs as well as strong legislative representation. NOAA assists members in protecting their multifamily investment.

NOAA’s main office is located downtown Cleveland in Cuyahoga County.

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  • key2014registerheader-thumb Key Awards – Register by June 13th (4/18/2014) - Register your property for the Key Awards before June 13th 2014! Visit www.noaamembers.com/key14 for more details. Be ready for Judging Day – June 23rd 2014.   Associate Members – Call 216-241-1635 – for Key Awards Gala sponsorship information or to volunteer your time as a driver on Judging Day.
  • Corporate College, NOAA launch program to train, certify apartment managers (4/3/2014) - Joy Anzalone says the multi-family industry is looking for a few good men and women – so much so local insiders have launched a new training program in partnership with Cuyahoga Community College’s Corporate College that will educate and certify a new generation of apartment managers. Starting date changed from March 3rd to April 22nd…
  • leasing-maint-mngmnt Spring Events -Leasing, Maintenance, Manager (2/28/2014) - Leasing, Maintenance or Manager – We have an event for you this Spring. Leasing Spring Leasing Kick Off (pdf) Event page April 10th 2014 – Hosted by Amy kosnikowski – 9am – noon. & Certified Leasing Professional (pdf) Event page April 8-9th 2014 – Teacher: Stephanie Sturzinger – 9am – 3pm   Maintenance ABC Workshops…
  • Property Management Classes – Real Estate Credits (2/27/2014) - These classes have been rescheduled to May 14. NOAA Board Member and Past President – Allan B. Pintner, Millennia Housing Management – will be hosting two classes on property management.  Continuing Education Credits in Real Estate are available. Please click the link below each class to view details and to sign up. Property Management Basics…
  • Vacancy rates are holding firm, but even more demand for downtown apartments could be coming (2/10/2014) - Fresh produce, high quality meats and a wide variety of cheeses make Ralph McGreevy, executive vice president of the Northeast Ohio Apartment Association (NOAA) very happy. Well, at least the knowledge that Heinen’s Fine Foods plans to open a 33,000-square-foot store at the corner of East Ninth Street and Euclid Avenue in Cleveland this fall makes…
  • Trade Show Moves to Friday, and new Location (10/16/2013) - Save the Date! NEW DAY, NEW LOCATION! Visit the Trade show Page for more details Antique Hunters Trade Show FRIDAY November 8th, 2013 Bring an item for verbal appraisal during the show or bid on donated antiques during the trade show! Three appraisers from Garth’s Appraisers and Auctioneers will be present for attendees. Marriott Grand…
  • Developers jump on rental demand (Crain’s) (10/8/2013) - Oversupply concerns are few amid high apartment occupancy -Excerpt- With the Northeast Ohio Apartment Association reporting regional vacancy at 4% last June and Downtown Cleveland Alliance putting downtown apartment vacancy at 3%, now is the time for developers and civic interests to seize a historic opportunity in a city that has lost population for 20…
  • 2013-issue-2-cover Suites Magazine – Power in Numbers (2013-2) (5/1/2013) - Suites Magazine Power in Numbers – Group purchase your way to big savings. Also inside: - Are Geese Annoying You? - Significant Water Savings through Conservation - Maximize Benefits of TV, Internet and Phone Contracts - Hiring a Landscaping Partner - Resident Screening: Why Bother? - Three Expensive Missteps with your Data Backups. Check your mailbox for the latest issue of…
  • Cleveland School District considers more school options downtown (4/24/2013) - Ralph McGreevy, executive vice president of the Northeast Ohio Apartment Association, said that downtown is growing as a community and that all communities need schools to thrive. ”Downtown living is all about adding amenities and adding opportunities,” he said. “When you’re building a community that has had very little livable amenities, I think [a school] would…
  • Occupancy-Cover Suites Magazine – Historic Occupancy Rates (2013-1) (2/28/2013) - Suites Magazine We hear from seven NOAA members on how they are taking advantage of historically low vacancies in Northeast Ohio. Also inside, Past Events and Photos, “Dress for Success”, Buyers’ Guide, “How Strong is your Password?” and a message from the President. Check your mailbox for the latest issue of Suites Magazine in the…
  • Brainstorming 3-7-13 (1/24/2013) - Brainstorming is an intense event that will generate leasing and marketing ideas to use at your property. Expand your creativity at NOAA’s 10th annual Brainstorming! Topics include: leasing, resident retention, marketing, team motivation and customer service. From 9:00 am to 2:00 pm and includes lunch. Cost: $79 / person $49 / person, group of 5…
  • South Euclid holds forum about youth diversion programs (1/24/2013) - SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio–South Euclid leaders are hoping to keep the city’s young people busy so they will be more likely to stay out of trouble. …”We want to make sure we do the right thing for all of our children in the community,” said South Euclid Councilwoman Ruth Gray… …Gray, along with some panelists at…
  • greg-costabile-croppedjpg-40b06d5bc22bbe1c Mayfield Heights Mayor Greg Costabile resigns amid ethics investigation (1/18/2013) - MAYFIELD HEIGHTS, Ohio –Mayfield Heights Mayor Greg Costabile, who has been the object of a Cuyahoga County grand jury investigation into state ethics violations, resigned today citing a desire to spend more time with his family. “My wife and I have had countless conversations about this decision and agree this is the best course for our family,”…
  • Casino bus trip to Seneca Allegany – 3/15/2013 (1/17/2013) - Only 56 seats available on our annual casino bus trip! We are returning to Seneca Allegany Casino (Salamanca, New York).  The bus leaves March 15th from Freeway Lanes in Mentor – 8:30am. Cost is $35 and includes the bus, $20 slot play and $5 food. Get on the Bus! View the pdf invite for more…
  • Sun-catching solar farm to power CMHA’s new headquarters (1/8/2013) - CLEVELAND, Ohio–The Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority is about to flip the switch on one of Ohio’s largest solar farms — an installation of 4,212 energy-generating panels on six acres of a previously vacant brownfield next to the agency’s headquarters in Cleveland’s Kinsman neighborhood. CMHA officials expect the solar farm will save millions dollars on electricity over the…
  • Annual Installation Banquet (12/14/2012) - Join us for the inauguration of our 2013 Association President, Joy Anzalone, Burton Carol Management. Celebrate the beginning of a new year with our Executive Committee at the Shoreby Club in Bratenahl. Please RSVP as soon as possible.  The room at the Shoreby Club has a maximum guest limit of 85. Download the PDF Invitation. View the event calendar.
  • Lake County Holiday Party (12/10/2012) - Our Lake County Chapter entertained over 70 guests during their annual Holiday Party. The weather was unconventionally mild for guests last friday (December 7th, 2012) at the Mentor Harbor Yacht Club. The “Hit List Duo”  performed tradition holiday vocals. Guests were treated to an excellent buffet style dinner with open bar. Dancing, merry making and a prize raffle wrapped up…
  • stonebrooke Property of the Year – Stonebrooke Village Luxury Apartments (11/14/2012) - Neil Lockhart relaxed by the attached garage of his Stonebrooke Village apartment in Medina, keeping an eye on his black lab, Shemp, who noodled in the yard nearby. Lockhart, who has lived at Stonebrooke since 2008, explained how he visited the community before even meeting with property management, just to see for himself what Stonebrooke…
  • Developers inch forward with long-stalled West 25th Street Lofts in Cleveland’s Ohio City (11/12/2012) - CLEVELAND, Ohio — A rambling cluster of buildings, including an 1870s brewery and beer-wagon stable, will become 70 apartments under a long-stalled redevelopment plan creeping forward in Cleveland’s Ohio City neighborhood. The revival of West 25th Street is stretching north, enabling developers Rick Foran and Chris Smythe to turn historic buildings into homes after years…
  • Downtown Cleveland apartments are being occupied at a record pace (11/7/2012) - CLEVELAND – Everywhere you look and everywhere you go, you will see apartments in downtown Cleveland — and those apartments are mostly occupied. There’s recently been a spike in apartment occupancy, due to young professionals who work downtown wanting to be close to work and close to many social activities downtown. Thanks to a growing…
  • PlayhouseSquare to sell downtown Cleveland office building to the K&D Group for apartments (11/7/2012) - CLEVELAND, Ohio — A private developer plans to convert a PlayhouseSquare office building into 102 apartments, capturing explosive rental demand and bringing the first residential project to the heart of Cleveland’s theater district. PlayhouseSquare has agreed to sell the Hanna Building Annex on East 14th Street to the K&D Group of Willoughby. … Read the…
  • Rocky River City Council approves new sewer rate, to go into effect Sept. 1 (11/7/2012) - ROCKY RIVER City Council unanimously approved a new usage-based sewer rate during a special meeting July 30. The rate will go into effect Sept. 1 and will appear on homeowners’ bills in December. The new rate of $38 per 1,000 cubic feet of water (MCF) is a departure from the city’s use of fixed quarterly fees…
  • 2012 Key Awards Gala. 2012 Key Awards (11/7/2012) - Stonebrooke Village Luxury Apartements won the Property of the Year Award! Read the story here.
  • Cleveland’s proposed school tax may not hurt renters much, even though they outnumber homeowners (10/28/2012) - CLEVELAND, Ohio — The fate of Cleveland’s proposed school tax could be decided by voters who won’t pay it — not directly, if at all. Rent-paying households outnumber homeowners in Cleveland, according to 2010 census data. Owners occupy 44 percent of the filled housing units — houses, condominiums and apartments — in Cleveland, with renters occupying 56…