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Akron, OH 44308
DEVELOPMENT DESCRIPTION: The City-owned O'Neil's Building was originally an 800,000 square foot structure. It underwent an
adaptive reuse as a mixed-use/office/entertainment condominium facility.
The City-owned O'Neil's Building was originally an 800,000 square foot structure. It underwent an adaptive reuse as a mixed-use office/entertainment condominium facility.
Currently, the building has approximately 185,000 square feet with 125,000 S.F. of office space and 60,000 S.F. of entertainment space. Improvements included demolition of the old parking deck and construction of a new 550-car parking deck, an atrium extending from the roof to the lowest level, and a Main Street public lobby. Investment reached $33,000,000 including the new parking structure for this redevelopment effort.
Roetzel & Andress, Akron's oldest law firm, now occupies 60,000 square feet on floors 4, 5, and 6 of the building.
The FBI, CapTrust and Akron Children's Hospital occupy the 2nd floor.
Aracadis occupies the 3rd floor.
The southern portion is occupied by the Barley House, a restaurant and nightclub in that space. The northern potion of 12,048 first floor space is available.
Approximately 24,000 square feet of additional retail condominium space is available in the basement of the building.