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iHeart Media Cleveland announces it will move its offices downtown

Currently, its offices are based in the suburbs.

CLEVELAND — Editor's note: Video at the top of this story about iHeart Media's "Mark Nolan Show" was originally published on March 10, 2021.

iHeart Media is coming back to Downtown Cleveland.

The company announced today that it would move its regional offices from suburban Cleveland to a new location on Euclid Ave.

The new ten-year lease on a space at 668 Euclid Ave. will house iHeart Media Cleveland's nine radio stations, as well as its sales, marketing, digital and Total Traffic operations. 

Legendary stations like 100.7 WMMS, Newsradio WTAM 1100 AM & 106.9 FM, Majic 105.7, 99.5 WGAR, 106.5 The Lake, 96.5 KISS FM, Real 106.1, 1350 AM The Gambler and Cleveland’s BIN: Black Information Network 99.1 FM will all be included in the move. More than 100 employees will also make the move.

Credit: WKYC

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“We are delighted that iHeartMedia will be locating their regional headquarters in downtown Cleveland, bringing 100 communication and technology jobs to the 668 Building and the Euclid Avenue Historic District," said Joe Marinucci, President and CEO of the Downtown Cleveland Alliance.

The new space will be state-of-the-art, and will include a street-level studio. It will also include 11 studios that feature cutting-edge technology, as well as eight service booths for news, traffic and podcast creation.

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“We are thrilled to return our broadcast and digital operations to the heart of our city,” said Keith Hotchkiss, President of iHeartMedia Cleveland. “Connecting our influencers, marquee talent and operation staff with the downtown business district will further drive the passion to serve the community we all call home.”

Studio designs are by Beneville Studios and AUX1 design. The new studios are expected to be finished by the end of 2021.

EDITOR'S NOTE: The video in the player below originally aired on July 26, 2019.